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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 28, 1899.
A new shipment of Guava Charcoal having just come to
hand, we are able to offer it In lots to suit, from one bag up
ward. This is the right kind of coal to use, and we get it
freshly, burned every few weeks.
Now that we are talking Coal, don't forget that we carry
a big stock of
All the time, and sell it by the bag or ton. Items that go with
Coal,uch as Forges, Blowers, Bellows, Tuyres, Iron, Steel,
and all such things we carry a fine stock of, and it will pay
you to call on us when needing any of them.
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia and llamUcr Agents.
JUST LANDED, EX CARMEDD LLEWELYN.
Corrugated Iron, Cement,
Buckets, Tubs, Wire, Bags,
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Anchors and Chain
THEO. H. DAYIES I CO., LTD.
fha greatest remedy known in the treatment of bad backs
and shoulders in horses is DR. POTTIE'S.
Positive cure effected by its use in every instance.
Send your orders to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies.
Orpheum Building, Tort Street.
3T.T3Ij ZILiSMMS, Piop'r.
Will open on May ist as a first-class modem hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
toswlas short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p.m. Dining hall 60x30.
Mvate supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. 1206
HAS S DESKY PROPRIETOR
AlF. POST MANAGER
Jas. Post's Laughable Farce,
In Indian Outbreak!
, J. H. Du Bell,
Hiss Violet Dale,
Mr. Wm. Howard,
. lies Myrtle Graham,
Mr. Matt Keefe,
Post and May Ashley,
Mr. U. J. Ordway,
v, Walter Pollard.
, Saturday Evening,
fifflwd Admission, tic and ;oc.
Last six rons (or Children under n years, ioc.
'reserved Quirt. 50c.
Suit can be hooked by ringing upfTetephone 540.
The Hooks of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
will be closed to transfers from April 27th,
to, the 29th, Incluslye.
W. M. TEMPLETON,
Klhet Plantation . Co's. Stock Books
w.ll'be closed to transfers from Friday,
4;rll 29th, to Friday, May 4th, Inclusive.
J. P. COOKE,
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters 0! merchants who advertise in
At a Special Meeting of E. O. Hall &
Son, Ltd., held April 27, 1809, for the pur
pose of electing a Secretary, vice E. O.
White, resigned, E. H. Paris was duly
E. H. PARIS,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Pygmalion and Galatea
April 29th, - -
THE YOUNG AMERICAN ACTRESS
....IN THE GREAT MILITARY DRAMA....
Tuesday, May 2 Ingomar.
Thursday, May 4 Hunchback.
Matinee, May 6 Camllle.
Saturday, May 6 Romeo and Juliet.
Matinee prices 50c and 75c; children
8-The sale of Reserved Seats for all
performances Is now on at Wall, Nichols
The thanks of the Bulletin is
duo Parser Buoklin of tho trans
port Warren 1 who kindly furnished
news regarding tho troops aboard
VVSSfc''''. I 'Ml column will he InurllJ itlfctntl
3nk 4 line first Insertion; to tints second insert
honl JO cents a ueek anj (o cents monlb. mis is toe
ebcipesl Advertising- ever offers J the people 0 Honolulu,
UANTED Desirable LOT, near In, suitable lor
'" building cottage. Must be reann.ibl In price
(or eah. Address HONOLULU INVESTMENT
CO.. LTD., Judd Building itot-iw
WANTED A first-class Sollcltor'.or Traveling
Man, G00J salary to the right man. State
experience Address A. U C, Hullelln office. noo.iw
WANTED A first-class Milliner, and an Appren
tice hand, (or my Millinery Department. Apply
at once to MRS. HANNA. Fort street. no6-t
WANTED-Pany with On Thousand Dollars to
take hal( Interest In an enterprise paylm; rive
Hun J re J Dollars monthly nek Address C, this
WANTED Five Messenger Doys, at once. Apply
American Messenger Service, comer Hotel and
Alakea Streets. isti-lt
WANTED Mr. E. Pierce, at present and (or many
years past Bookkeeper (or llamakua Mill Co ,
and Kukalau Mill Co.. desires an appointment. Was
(ormerly (or a long period chle( accountant to the
Royal Niger Co. Reference' Messrs Theo. II.
Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, ll6i-im
I OST A pair n( OPERA GLASSES, somewhere
L- between the Opera House, hotel, and Pensacola
treet. Receive reward on reluming to WILDER &
rO RENT Large Furnished Rooms and Cottage
I to rent at jo6l'unchbol street. iao6-iw
SALE A new "oo Gentleman's
Apply G. T Dulletln office.
OPPORTUNITY FOR DAIRYMENI-lsland-bred
V- dalrv stock, bred to the thoroughbred sire n( the
W, G. Irwin dairy. For (urlher particulars Inquire o(
C. W. Mac(arlane.
PR SALE-One SHIPMAN ENGINE In per(ect
order. Apply to H. G. Blart. Fort St. iio)-l(
ATWO-MANUALand Pedal Dass REED ORGAN
Suitable (or chapel or residence. Bergstrom
Music Co., Fort street.
REST ij cent meal In town.
Trv It and be con-
Llnd's Excelsior Restaurant. 1041
FOUND A GOLD LOCKET with the word "Ami
stad" across the center In rearls, and two leaves
In blue stones. Owner can have same by calling at
this oftlce and paying (or cost ol advertising. 1300
For additional Shipping News see seventh: page.
First quarter of tho moon on 17th at
12:13 p. m.
The Standard tlmowlilatlo sounds at
12h. 0m. Oa. (midnight), Greenwich
time, which is Hi. 30m. p. m. of Ha
waiian Standard time.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Apr
28, 1 p in "Weather hazy, wind light
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Apr 28.
Temperature Morning minimum,
07; Midday maximum, 70.
(Barometer corrected (or gravity- .06.)
Barometer, Oam, 30.02. Steady
Rainfall, do, 0.00.
Humidity at 9 a m G9 percent.
Dew Point 00 F.
Friday, April 28.
Haw bk Himalaya, Dearborn, 73
days from Newcastle, N S W; 1455
tons of coal to Castle & Cooke.
Am sp Aryau, Whittier, 127 days
from Norfolk; 3077 tons coal to U S
S S Moana, Carey, from tho Colo
Thursday, April 27.
Am uchr A M Baxter,
Friday, April 28.
Janeiro, Ward, for
P MSB Rio de
China and Japan.
Stmr Kilohana, Thompson, for Ma-
kaweli, Waimca and Kekaha at 3
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Lahalna
and Kaanapalt at 4 p 111,
Stmr James Makec, Tullott, for
Kupaa at 4 p m.
S S Moana, Caroy, for San Francis
co at 10 p m.
Tho S S Moana, Oaroy com
mander, arrived in port close to
the noon hour today after a
pleasant trip from tho Colonies.
She sails for San Francisco at 10
The ship Aryan arrived in port
this forenoon. The seoond mate
is laid up with kidney trouble.
Tho W F Jowott may got away
From tho Colonies, por S S
Moana, April 28 Dr Livormore,
Miss McGoun and Mrs W O
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII.
Continued from Pago 1.
influoncc in steamship companies
always ship tho
steamer at a special
rnto of freight (if forced
tect ourselves), and Ioave a mar
gin of profit on our ex
change. So that any combina
tion to provont a sharo of
this country's sugar exchange
being given to this bank could bo
"Tho Bulletin has also hoard
that this Bank will establish a
bank in Hilo?"
'It is tho intention, as soon as
this bank is organized and under
way, to start a branch bank in
Hilo, and whon the business con
ditions of Maui warrants it a
similar bank will bo established
"Tho establishment of this bank
prevented tbo Anglo-California
bauk from establishing their own
bank lioro and, had we not organ
ized, this community would not
havo been without a new bank, ns
one or two other foreign Banking
Institutions had it in contempla
tion, but wore not disposed to
start unless they could secure the
financial agency of tho United
"Can you say anything about
tho administration, Col, Macfar
lane?" "Tho presont intention is to
have seven directors. Five will
be selected from tho prinoipal Ho
nolulu stockholders. Of tho other
two, ono will topresont San Fran
cisoo and the other New York,
but these directors may not bo
"Mr. Jamos Campbell, who is
ono of the principal subscribers
to tho original syndicate, has ask
ed that the position of manager be
tendered to Mr. Joseph O. Carter
and this appointment, which is
really tho only definite one made
yet, has been approved by all
parties interested. It remains
simply for Mr. Joseph O. Carter
to accept if the terms of his
appointment suit. It was thought
better to havo a local man for tho
management of the bank than a
stranger from abroad, as it would
be a sort of protection to island
subscribers, and Mr. Carter's ex
tensivo commercial knowledge, his
ability as an accountant and his
well known conservatism, in tho
opinion of the syndicate eminent
ly fit him for tho position.
"In conclusion, I will'say that I
recret that tho bank is not al
ready established horo and doing
businesses I find on my return hero
that the money market is in a vory
stringent condition, while tho cap
ital at this bank will relievo tho
situation very much. There is no
question that the present banking
capital nf tho islands is far below
whati- required to meat tho grow
ing I'xpansion of business of all
kindi in theso islands that has de
veloped since annexation, and par
ticularly in the sugar industry
line. I can see that all good in
vestment sugar stocks paying di
vidends have been checked in ad
vancing in prioe owing to the
creat scarcity of money, and at
though prices of these stooks have
been sustained there is no aotive
trading in them oven in tho good
dividend paying stocks.'
"While speaking of sugar
stocks, I will only add I was great
ly greatly impressed with Mr.
Lilionthal's concluding remark, in
his letter o instructions addressed
to a few of my conservative
friends, who are identified with
this bank. His remark waB that
'ho trusted that tbo bank would bo
conducted and managed on most
conservative lines and that our
island directors would not be
swayed by tho extremely specula
tive conditions wbioh now existed
in these islands.' I do not bo
lievo there is ono-third of tho cap
ital in tho country required to
properly dovolop its groat sugar
resources, and any banker would
bo vory narrow who would not
welcome tho establishment of
another good bank here."
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in making enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
Tho Waldorf company visited
tho Exooutivo building yesterday.
SAMOAN REBELS STILL HOLD OUT,
Continued from Pago 1.
drilled by Lieut. Qaunt, rushed
tho placo and took tho two
tronches, killing a large number
of their onomios. As tho bodies
wore borne off, the exact number
could not bo told. The Malietoaus
lost about twenty-five killed.
When the place was taken the
Malietoans rushed forward to pull
down tho German flag. A woman
who was employed in the work of
carrying water for tho Malietoa
warriors as is tho custom in Sa
moa, sucoeoded in getting in tho
lead. Sho toro down tho flag and
rushed back to the Malietoans
with it. As sho was doing this,
an Englishman who was behind
tho Malietoans with the Amorican
and English from the men-of-war,
grasped tho flag and, throwing it
on tho ground, began to tramplo it
in the dust. He was immediately
called to hiB season by Captain
Sturdee, who told tho fellow that
the Gorman ling must not bo in
sulted under any ciroumstancoB.
Thero was no fight against
Germany. Ho did not believe
that the German Government
took tho stand that its' representa
tives in Samoa had taken. Tho
flag must bo respected. This put
a damper on any more work of
the kind. Howevor, tho fact that
tho Mataafans had fought under
the Gorman flag created a great
deal of bitterness and mado tho
relations in Samoa between tho
Amoricans and English on ono
side and tho Germans on tho
other, still mora strained, if such
a condition could be possiblo.
Continuing tho story that is
given above Mr. A. D. Hendricks,
a man who has lived for threo
years in Samoa, who has boen with
tho Americans and English in
nearly all of tbo skirmishes and
who is now on hia way to America
in the Moana, said to a Bulletin
"There was another big fight
near Fegalii tho day boforo wo
loft.- In this the Mataafans lost
sixty-fivo and the Maliotoa men
about nine, as well as two or throe
"On theday after tho Moana left,
there was to be a still bigger fight
in which tho Malietoans woro to
have somo four hundred men in
line. They wero to march out into
tho bush protected by tbo
Runs of tho American and
British roon-of-war. It was
expected that this would be a
very bloody battle as the Mata
afans, on account of lack of am
munition, had deoided to make a
last stand and to attempt to get
back what they had alroady lost.
"People who say the Samoans
will not fight do not know what
thoy aro talking about. They
fight like demons and do not
know what it means to givo up.
Both sides fight well.
"The shelling of Apia and tho
surrounding country has been
continued by tho American and
British men of-war. The Phila
delphia is not doing much work
in this lino as her shells have
been found to be defective, ex
ploding prematurely. She how
evor is doing- all in her powor.
The Tauranga was doing tho best
"The British have the Royalist,
Porpoise, Tauranga and Torch at
Samoa. The Tauranga is a cruis
er and is tbo 'ranking ship of the
British. The Americans only havo
tbo Philadelphia Tho To rob ar
rived in Apia from Sydney just a
day before tho arrival of tho Mo
ana at that place.
"Tbo Americans and British
are notdoing much of tho fighting
in the bush. This is left for tho
nativea who aro bottor acquainted
with the country and tho method
of warfare. Their attention is de
voted mostly to guarding tho town
and seeing that all is well along
the water frong. Tho greatest
watohfulnoBS is kepi up by tho
men: They do not care tor are
petition of the Lansdale affair.
".Trial- nftnr tho Amnrinnnn nnrl
British wero killed at Faglii,
Hoffmacher,a a German resi
dent of Apia, was arrested and
taken aboard the Royalist; for safe
keeping. Ho wis charged with
leading tho Mataafans in the fight.
Ho was kept aboard the Royalist
for several days but was finally
delivered ovor to tho German com
mander of tho Falke and tboro
"Tho day beforo leaving Samoa,
I had occasion to call on King
Maliotoa and gained from him
somo vory important points about
his part in the trouble that is no
Btirrmg up all Samoa. Tho King's
words wero as follows:
" 'I am soiry that this trouble
haB come to pnBs but thero scorns
to bo no help for it now. My mon
will fight to the bitter end.
" 'Last night two natives from
Mnlietoa's forces wero brought in
to mo. They said that their am
munition wns about need up and
that most of tho Mataafas wero for
surrondoring but thoy were afraid
nf thoir chiefs who bad sworn to
fight until tho last man dropped.
To surrender under such circum
stances would mean sure doath.
" 'I did not caro to be King of
Samoa. I would havo prefortod
to keep out of this thing alto
gothor, but it was forced upon mo
and I bad to accept. It wns tho do
creo of all my chiefs and pooplo
as well as tho Amorioans and
Passengers in tho Moana report
that tho Cormoran, tho German
man-of-war that was sent out fr m
China to Samoa, wont ashoro in
New Guinoa. It was alsj roported
that sho bad been able to get to
Adelaide, whero sho was to bo
used up. Suo was quitot budlv
:: 33 Queen Street
The undersigned offers for sale a valu
able parcel of Land on the southeast
corner of Beretanla and Miller Sts.
The property has a frontage of 54 feet on
Beretanla St. and 93 feet on Miller St.
Area 4790 sq. ft.
There are two cottages on the property
one of which Is now rented for f 25 per
For further particulars
JAS. F. MORGAN,
33 Queen St.
1. rrm at Hamakua $ go
5. SOLD. .
t. A 4o-room Lodging House, n-ycar least. j,oo
(. 175 acres coffee Und, Kona uu
10. Lot H acre near town t,y
i. House an! Lot, Punahoo t,ot
M. Large Lot anil good Paying Business,... st.ooa
15. Large Lot, Palama, nearly K acre 4,00
16. lot joxito,lth dwelling house.Quarry St t,oa
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Post Office Lone, - IlonoluWu
Mrd&tJLtilLt 1 WyV.