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THE P-VJNING I5ULTTTIN: HONOLULU. B. 1., MAY 3, IRflJ).
Pabllshel Evmv Diy, txetp' Sundiy, 1 tto King
itrett Honolulu II I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
W. R. TARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL tOOAN City Editor
Per month, tnhre In (Uwallan Island $ .75
Peryr " " " 8 "
Per jer,rostpld,to America Canada orMrxIco 10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other lorelcncounttlef i) no
JUT Pa j able Invariably In advance.
Post Omco Box ti6
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1899.
"California ib SHtiflQed, Col.Sniitu
baa boon ptomotptl to a Brigadier
Undo Snni'a affaire iu Samoa
nro safo. High Comraisuionor
Tripp is a DRtvvo of Maine.
Tbo ones of tbo Ihreo Samonn
oomrniBeion being respectively
33, 43, and 53, it cortaiuly ougbt
be a lucky combination.
Tbo figbt iu which lit In Colonel
Funeton doesn't distinguish him
Balf for bravery and indifference) to
Filipino bullets isn't worth men
tioning. Aguinaldo it a fnithlosB lovor.
Evtry time the American gonernla
move forward to pop tbo question
aodeettloit onco for, Aggie de
parts ifor ports tmknowu.
Notwithstanding the cry of
'wolf wolf" from tbo official or
gan, the business community con
tinues iteonnard march of progress.
According to tho organ, the busi
nees men of Honolulu are either
driveling idiots or natural born
thieves. There has been nothing
in the past history of these men to
warrant such n conclusion and
thoro is absolutely no reason for
tho rnntiug of the thcorizera at
Captain Cocblnn of tho cruiser
Rslicgh is the Intent Amoticau of
ficer to incur the dis'nvc r of Ger
many. At the Now York bauquot
given in honor of tho return of the
Raliegh, Coghlan to! l the story of
how Admiral Dowey tnld the Qer
mans in Manila Iihj Hint it they
wantod war they could have it or
a moment's notice. A)n result Ger
many bns made a complaint to the
State Department aud Coghlan
will havo to be "disciplined," It
was a mistake on tbo part of th-
American captain; to speak eo
freely, but the Americaus don't
think any lees of him for it.
Apropos of the discussion on
free schools, a correspondent calls
attention to tho fact that tho clnss
room education is not the only
matter to bo considered. Tho froe
school is the natural demand of
every American, at the same time
every parent must consider the
charactor of tho homos of his
children's school day associates.
Tbo froo. school in Hawaii means
that children ifrom Asiatic homes
are to bo brought iu daily associa
tion with itbe'children from homes
of people who, though they may
bo poor, guard with serious care
tho morality of tho home. A sori
oub question for the men having
tho raaltor in charge is, whether
tho tondency of tbo free school
will bo to uplift tho moral oondi
tion of children from homos whero
vulgarity and vioo urn viewed with
indifference, or the dragging down
of children from homes in which
the moral tono'is representative of
a civilization that is highest and
Tho criminal thoughllnfBnesR
of tho Americans who opposo nn
inoreaso in the army, the placing
in tho hands of tho military
loidersof a sufficient forco todenl
with whatevor armed opposition
may bo mot, is becoming apparent
in tho Philippine campaign. Hat
ties aro fought, ground is gained
and the Americans it-tiro simply
from a want of Biitliuitiut force to
eJ. "Mb&l v i.W JkACCt,;? .aJU
hold the territory gained ttud con-
tiuue tlm march of tho fighting
frout. Tho Filipinos will rt-tiro
only tH they aro forcod back.
Every field of operations from
which tho Americans retire is oc
cupied by tho Filipiuos and it is
t'iken again at the oxpence of
American lives. Tho guerilla
knows no defeat until ho is treed
with no boDe of escape and the
insurgents aro good guorrillas.
Tho truth of General Lawton's
statement that n hundred thou
Bind mon will bo noeded to quell
tho rebollion is daily bocoming
I jut f'r April VkII Below t'nrrei-
pcilllllnic Month l.nt Ymr.
There, woro 87 deaths last
imiitli, as 'compared with 103 in
April last year. By nationalities
49 wero Htiwaiinu, 15 Chinese, 10
Portuguese, 10 Japanese, 2 Ameri
can and 1 other- Twenty
cases bad no medical attendance.
Under one year old, iho deaths
uumbered 18, and from that on to
20joarsoldl3. From 20 to 30
the number was 13, and from GO
to over 70, 22.
Consumption caused 12 of the
deaths, bronchitis C( fevers 7, old
ago 8, pneumonia 7. on
triitis and meniugitis 5 each,
heart disease 4, other given mala
dies 1 to 3 -each and unknown G.
Tho annual death rate per 1000
wan 29.83, the proportion for Ha
waiiaus being 51.13, Asiatics 27.27
aud all others 12.48.
WAS COM JI ANDCB OK TUB MBRDMI AC.
Captain Miller, one of the most
genial and acaommodating man-of-war
captains that has over called
at this port, was captain of the
Mcrrimao before she was turned
over to Admiral Sampson. He
saye ho remembers the exact date,
tho hour aud the miuuto that he
resigned command of the Merri
mac nnd gave her over for the pur
polio that Hobson carried into ef
fect. He took command of the
Pompey Juno 7 and sorved on her
all through tho trouble in Cuba.
ThoPomppy was then ono of the
ships of tho eastern blockade.
Captain Millor is a kamaaina
here. In 1884 he was hero in the
Hartford and in 1888 he was horo
again in tuo uaiaua. J. lion no
paEed tiirougb iu tuo luo do Ja
neiro iu 189,.
UKIIKKLICVN MANY VICTOniE.
News oarao today of the victory
of Berkeley ovor Stanford in both
field day nud intercolloginto de
bate. Thie, e-xcept for tennis
which went to Stanford, makes a
clean record for this year; foot
ball, baseball, Caruot dobatn and
Geld day; The victory in the in
tercollegiate debate gives Berke
ley, a good start towards securiug
the cup recently offered by Sena
tor Hearst to tbo winner of tho
first tbreo out of five debates.
Buccn.or Iu Stot.Cnliurtf.
Lincoln (Nob.), April 25. Gov
ernor Pointer this afternoon ap
pointed Lieatonaut-Oolonel Col
ton to bo Oolonel of the First Neb
raska in placo of 8toteonburc.
killed in battle. Tho nppoint
inont was cabled to Manila.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
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Our Soldier Boys.
Welcomel Officers and Men of the lately
arrived Artillery Battalloa; and It Is hoped
that the Honolulu detail of Uncle Sam's
boys will find their lines laid in a pleasant
place. The nutural desire is to have a
look about the country, to obtain a knowl
edge of the surroundings of the camp or
Dan aci; to note inepecunarmesoi natures
nana worK in ana acout Honolulu, in
this the soldier visitor must help himself,
but he may obtain a most useful and valua
ble assistant, one which will reduce the 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 be either a 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.
AiemDersoi company 1, in, a, k, win
find a bargain In our machines. The terms
are easy, the prices low, the wheels strong
and faithfully constructed. GIveusacall.
The Pacific Cycle and Manufacturing Co.,
bluer uuiuing, i-ort street.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Ikrilreo Co., lii,
furnishing Surety Bonds of every
No delay attending execution.
Company of Maryland,
407 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
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 Sizes),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your Inspection.
See display In our large window.
..Von Holt Block, King street.
BSyAgents, 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
816 FORT STREET.
A BARGAIN IN
SILK CRASH HATS
We have also received a fine selection
of Bows, Puds, Tecks, Ascots, and Impe
rials, wnicn we can sen at prices irom 23c
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 are low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 67C. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tation at Hanalcl, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE TAI WAI.
n87-2m Hanalel. K.iual.
Many of our old residents
fail to appreciate the wealth of
beauty nature has lavished on
Hawaii Nei. It is left to the
stranger, who knowing a good
thing when he sees it, wends
his way to KING BROS., 110
Hotel street, for photos to per-
petuate the memory.
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.iOut-houses, and Servants' Quarters. Good income
property; rents for $40 monthly. Size of lot, 7J x 1 5 $.
No. 1895 x 2oo, comer Keeaumoku and
Klnau streets, ready for building,
next to handsome residences now
No. 1990 x 190, eight fine Residence Lots
facingon Lunalllo and Klnau streets.
These are very choice lots, on line
proposed Rapid Transit. Easy
No. 25100 x 290, on Beretanla st near
Keeaumoku street, running through
to Young street. One of the most
desirable building sites in the city.
No. 40 1?2 x 370.on Nobley street.Kalihl,
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.,
Judd Building, Fort Street.
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed
N. S. SACHS DM GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy a homo and by so doing secure
monthly dividends, this is our advico,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you havo tho
fovor and want to spooulnto 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 Cos
THEO. H. DAYIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
BUILDING, FORT SUREET.
No. 47 In Kaplolanl Park, 100 x 200 j a
desirable home, containing owner's
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. 5192 x 157, comer Wilder Avenue
and Kewalo. Nice house of 7 rooms
and bath; large grounds; fruit and
ornamental trees; barn 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.
Real Estate Agent.
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