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THE EVJNING BULL! TIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 2, 1899.
v Evening Bulletin,
PJblllheJ Evrrv tliy, txctpt SuaJny. it na King
trret. Honolulu. II I. tytU
BULLBTIN PUDLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJI'or
DANIEL tOOAN City Edllcr
SiiIjk rlpllfMi Itnfri.1
Pr month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands... J ,5
Peryeaf " " " In.
Pefyear.poslpaM.toAirrlca.Canaila orMexIco 100
Ptr year, rostralJ, other foreign comities. . . 13 x
-pa: able Invariably In a Jvanct.
TEUPMONe .. .t..
Post OFficE Iio
TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1899.
Champions of MuKwumperj
point with pteat gloe to Ibird u
Koo6ovclt nntl ''confidently assort,
'Ho'b ono oub." Yot Homevi ll
in his Ann Arbor Bpneou eni i he
didn't know, which hu drendetl tLc
moet, "the mnchino politician or
the fool reformer."
Thore ran be no eoriouB objec
tion to the Government bund at
tending tho Ouaalm nxhibilion
provided Iho trip onriies with it
no addilioiml espcnEO to the tm
paycrs. The band boje nio allow
ed an nuDtiul vacntion and iE thc
mp willing (o Bppnd the vpcutiou
period, fumil'Ling icUfiio for tho
people gathered at a national e
poeiiipu they ought to bo allowed
In tho afler dinner politics of
tho day when problems of tho
new insular pouseseions are dis
ouBBed Hawaii is given no pluco.
This ought to givo some assurance
to the weak kneed who worry over
tho prospects of Hawaii boing
mado a colony. Hawaii's local
affairs present no particular pro
blcms, because it is a foregone
conclusion that theso islands will
rcceivo tho usual territorial gov
ernment. Tho timid man, the lt-zy man,
I tho man who distrusts bio country,
tho overcivilizcd mau, who has
lost tho great fighting, masterful
yirtuop, the ignorant man and the
man of dull mind, vhceesoul ia
incapable or: feeliup, the mighty
lift that thrills "stem men with
empires in their brains" all
theso, of course, shrink from see
ing' tho nation undortake its now
duties; shrink from seeing us
build a navy and army adequate
to our needs; shrink from seeing
ub do our sharo of tho world's
work by bringing order out of
chaos in the great, fair tropic isl
ands from which tho valor of our
soldiers and sailors has driven the
Spanish ling. Theodore Roose
velt. IIGLlUlOl'H COMPETITION.
Frank "W. Rollius, govornor of
Now Hampshire has stirred up thp
natives of Now England purticu-
larly tho fatherB oftbo hamlet
who traco thoir ancestry back to
In issuing his proclamation for
the observation of Fast Day, Ilol
lins stated that tho custom of do
voting ono day in tho year to fast
ing and prayer was inaugurated
when thb people of the State " put
their trust in tho hands of a Su
preme being and beliovod firmly
in tho cflicaoy of prayor." ''A
goodly number of our paoplo still
hold to thiB belief I am happy to
Bay." The governor then goes on
to stato that thrro am rural dis
tricts in Now Englaud whoro no
Christian services Bre held from
Jauuary to January and calls up
on the people of tho Stato to wake
tip and dovoto at least ono day of
tho year "to yuur fellowmen to
work and thought and prayer for
your children and your ohildion's
Rollins found that his procla
mation was more widely read and
discussed thau any Fast Day do
oamont mm naa ueen issued in
years. Tho ministers inquired if
ha meant what ho said. Tho Gov-
orior replied that ho did; thut lip
know of many rural ti wns whore
no church services woro held,
fiafcjja uau . y itfttfyfn. . . -tiflhgrffttiiflfo
though thrni woro plenty of church
edifices. He also stated, "It is a
funny thing to say, but singular
as it may seem, it has been my ex
poriouco in looking up this matter,
that wherever thoro has beon a
departure from dogma; wherover
it has beon suggested that instead
of maintaining differout creeds,
wti will have a union chnroh,' just
thero has tho religious iutereet bo
gin to waup, and tho church has
boguu to go down. It is an odd
thing to say, but it is true. Whero
there U not tho interest of oppos
ing churches tho people soon bo
gin to Iobh thoir own."
It will no doubt bo a shock to
many good Christian people that
tho chief executive of one of tho
oldest communities in our coun
try should roach tho conclusion
that competition is tho life of re
ligious soutitneut as woll as trado.
It would appear from this that
avoingo human naturo has not yot
e ached tho religious piano whero
dogmas may bo con side rod an un
necessary evil. Evon tho guardi
ans of moral welfare and the ad
vocates pE hopa in tbo world bo-
yond must havo opposition,
though it bo of a most friendly
character, in order to keop them
up to tho mark of religious acti
Junira Ferilon Affaln.
When James Ferdon, tho
Quakor doctor, noes back to tho
States, ho will probably have
ruoro 10 say anoui mo l'onco ue
partment of Honolulu than about
anything else ho has run across
sinco ho has boon in tho country.
Sorao weeks ago ho was arrested
on the charge of practising medi
cine wituout a license A trial
was held and Ferdon was fined
S1C0 and costs which ho handed
He wont about his business
again and in a fow days was
arrested again on tho samo
charge. Tbo case went over for
soveral days and canio up for
trial at last yesterday afternoon
The prosecution did not have its
witnesses iti readiness so A. L. 0.
Atkiubou asked that a nolle pros
bo entered. This was allowed by
Judco Wilcox. Ferdon went out
feeling as happy as a bird, but
his happiness was short livod for,
in tho oveninc, ho had another
call from Special Officer Faneuf.
An arrest followed, 1'ordon being
charged with tho samo offense as
that under wuicli no appeared
yesterday afternoon. l
Feidondoes notseom to worry
himself very much over his
frequent requests to present him
self at tho police station, but ho
rertaioly has bceu inconven
ienced, for it was his intention to
leave for tho States in tho Moana.
M"y On to tli C'olonlot.
The Quiototto Club has as yot
mado no arraugoraonts to go to
tho States. Howovor, it is prob
able that tboy will go to tho Col
onies Whon Mr. Curtis ("Sam
nel of Poaon") was hero, he had a
talk with the boys and askod them
for a price for a certain length of
timo This prion was considered
a bit too high and whon ho loft
for lintisb Columbia for a com
pany to bring to this port nnd
from hore, to take to tho Colonic?,
he asked tho boys to think over
tlu raattor and givo him another
price. Tho boys aro thinking and
will probably meet Curtis on a
diffoiont footing when ho ro-
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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The Fidelity and Deposit
To-day's Honolulu Stock
MAiir CTnrvl Capital ShVs Car-ltal
"' ' lw ,vv-Autho'tJlMiiM PjM tin
1 i .
C. Brewer & Co$t,oo3,oo;
Am bug rlo Aa 7 50 00c
. . i
Ambuuo p d up 750 ood
Ewa Plant n Co 9,000,000
Hamoa Plan Co it; oool
Haw'n Agr. Co 1,000,000
Haw'n Su? Co a,ooo,oocj
90 000. , 000,000
Monomu Ml (-0
Honokaa S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
3 000 300 000
5 000 100,000
,' Klhel PCoUA
5 ooj soo.oouy
" " pj up
Onomea Su Cn
a, 400,000 14 000
Pacific Su Mill
Pala Plant n Co
500,000 5 000
500,000 5 000
750,000 7 500
" " (pJup)
Walluku Su Co
WMJer S S Cn
Inter-Is S N Co
Haw n fciec Co
a 2 5,000
, 1 39 .wo
Mutual Tele Co
9 000,000 10,000
Haw Gov,6per c
50 WaUlua, assessable, no, 5 Ewa, 39$, 9o
Klhel, ii; 53 Oahu, 970, 40 O. R. & L Co , 145
Oakala stock Is now of par value ot $90.
O111 Soldier Boys.
Welcomel Officers aad Men of the lately
arrived Artillery Battalion; and It is hoped
that the Honolulu detail of Uncle Sam's
boys will find their lines laid In a pleasant
place. Tlie natural desire is to have a
look about the country, to obtain a knowl
edge of the surroundings of the amp or
barracks; to note the peculiarities of nature's
handiwork In, and about Honolulu. In
this the soldier visitor must help himself,
but he may obtain a most useful and valua
bleasslstant.one which will redticethe time,
the distance, the expense of sight-seeing,
and which will always be ready to accom
pany him In his jaunts. This useful as
sistant may beeitnera high-grade Crescent
or Remington bicycle, and which must be
sold for less than cost, to make room for a
carload of Sterling Bicycles now In transit.
Members of Company I, N, A, K, will
find a birgaln In our machines. The terms
are easy, the prices low, the wheels strong
nnd faithfully constnicted. Glveusacali.
The Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co.,
Ehler Building, Fort street.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE !
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
Pacific Hardware Co.. Ltd.,
. ftrtfeyWJitf&-. - fatfft
Indurated Fibre Ware,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
THE FACTORY . . . . -
Bowls, 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 Sl:es),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap nnd
are worth your Inspection. .
See display in our large window.
W. W. Dimond & Co.
..Von Holt Block, King street.
BriTAgents, 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 FORT STREET.
A BARGAIN IN
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also received a fine selection
of Bows, Puffs, 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 51,50 to $2.00,
in tact all our goods are low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
underwear, send tor (catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTGrley BlOCl
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE TA1 WAI.
n87-2m Hanalel. Kauai.
Souvenir Photo. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of thfs class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS.,
Real Estate and
' Financial Agents....
r., -wjudD BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR KAP10LANI,
A Choice residence of 3 Bed-rooms, Parlor and Dining Room,
Kitchen and Pantry, Bath and patent W. C; good plumbing,
StabIe,iOut-house, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
property; rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, 7 5 x 15$.
No. 18 )5 x 2oo, corner Keeaumoku and
Klnau streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
No. 19 qo x 190, eight fine Residence Lots
lacing on uinaiuo and Klnau streets.
These are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy
No. 25100 x 200, on Beretania st near
Keeaumoku street, running tnrougu
to Young street. One of the most
desirable building sites in the city.
No. 40 1 x 370, on Nobleystreet.Kalihl,
witn L on slue street, uood eleva
tion, good view; 'cheap; must be
seen to be appreciated.
No. 4535 x 105, on Beretania street, near
r-ort street. Lane on slue main
tained; desirable store lot, ready for
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS.
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy ii homo and by so doing securo
monthly dividends, tbis is our advice,
and wo havo some bargains in Real
Estate. Howovor, if you havo tho
fovor and want to speculate in Stocks,
we will givo careful attention to any or
dors placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
Ogden Milling & Elevator Co.'s "
"5" FLOUR f
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
47 In Kaptolant Park, ioo x 200 ; a
aesirame nome, containing owners
barn, 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, Magazine, and Thurston
and Spencer. Good elevation; faces
on three streets.
No. 51 92 x 157, corner Wlldtr Avenue
nnd 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; barn, chicken
house, servants' quarters. Large
grounds, with fruit and ornamental
trees. Beautiful view of harbor.
Real Estate Agent.
for Hawaiian Islands
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