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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 5, 1899.
P.ifcllhd Lvfry Day. ecert SunJv. l io Kin
itrttt, Honolulu, II. I . fey fit
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. TARRINOTON IMI'iif
DANIFL I WJAN City fcJItof
tfKIDAY, MAY 5, 1899.
Apropos of our relatione with
Qormnoy tho San Frnucinco
Ohroniclo remarks: 'If our nuvnl
captains can bo kept from making
incendiary epeochcs awl Hie fool
friends of Admiral Ktnlss from
giving his private letters to tho
press, it looks as if wo might ar
ringo tho Saraoan affair With
Germany without much mo n
I'lI.lPINO AND I'lUCi:
Tho continuous hammering of
thojrobolfl in tho Philippines is at
last making itself felt in thedcusi
mind of thn Filipino. Th re
quest of tho Filipino peace com
missioners has tho nppparauce of
n perfunctory move to gain time
and a formal recognition of the
Filipino republic. Tho inpur
gonts show that they havo yet a
great deal to learn of the methods
of tho American people. Thoy
have evidently made themselves
boliovo that tho troops aro tiled of
fighting and that Goneral Otis
will bo willing to make bjuio con
cessions from an absolute and tin
Any cessation of hoslili'ioa to
allow tho Filipino Congress to
convono would again fire tho rebel
hoart with the idea that tho Amer
icans wcro weak; tho time would be
principally taken up with organ
izing tho insurgent ranks and
proparing for a now oampaigu.
Olis has given tho only answer an
Amoricau general could givo and
ho is continuing tho daily lesson
of what will happen to tho insnr
pant if ho does not accept tho sit
uition. Experience of tho pa9t
year has demonstrated that the
insurgent is not to ho d -pended
upon and tho so-called Filipino
Ojugrcss is a mere tool in tho
hands of ambitions lenders. To
give theso leaders timo to
think over pnnco would simply
awuro a long drawn out fight and
a loss of American advantago now
M'KIHLEY AND RALEIGH
Philadelphia, April 28. Imme
diately upon receiving from Wash
ington the dospatch from General
Otis, President McKiuley eont the
following message of congratula
tion and thanks to tbo soldiers in
" Philadelphia, April 28. Olis,
Manila: Your mesfcajjo announc
ing tLo uohievemoutu of Mo
Arthur's division and the proposal
by tho insurgents of suspension of
hostilities most gratifying. Con
vey to ofiicors and men heart felt
congratulations nod gratitude foi
thoir signal gallantry and tri
umph. William MoKinmiy."
President McKiuley and his
fiarty left tho hotel Bellevueshort
y after 10 o'clock this morning
for a visit to the ctuiscr Puik-iglt,
which lies at anchor in tli j Dela
Beforo loaving tho hotol, tho
President expressed his delight at
tho prospectof inspecting tho ship
that flied tho firs-1 gun at Manila.
Tho president and his ptity
boarded one of tho navy yard tuga
at 1:45 o'clock and as the bnt
moved away from tho pior the
crowd on tho wharf set up a hear
ty cheor while tho bo-its in the vi
ciuity whistled a noisy wo'come to
tho chief executive. Tho provident
stood in tho stern of the tug, lean
iug on the arm of Admiral Casey,
commandant of tbo League Island
Navy Yard. In about two min
utes tho tug drew alongside the
llaloigh and tho President was
i noted bv Lietiteiiant.Ooinmnnd.
or Phelps who introduced him to
Contain Cofliltiii. Tho lnnrinnH
etood at the guard rail on the poop
deck and tlio crew were ordorcd to
man the rail as President McKiu
ley and his party stepped aboard.
At the same moment tho gnu
nors began (irii.g th national
fiiluto ami tho bliujickels dolled
their caps. Accompanied by
Captain Coghlau, the President
proo eded to the cabin of tho
ciuiser, whore he held nn informal
reef plion. II" was thou escorted
to the lower deck on which the
Bailors wt-ro lined up for inspec
tion. Captain Cogulau mtro-
nerd thorn as follows:
"Mr. Poesidont: Theso aro tho
men of the Ilaleiah. Part of thorn
are from tho tlaushit) Olympia.
Thoy all served throughout tho
After tMjtiiuif beforo them with
hared bond, Mr. McKioloy ad
droeeod tho Manila heroes as fol
"Captain Coehlan and men of
tho Raleigh: It gives mo great
plonsuro to givo you welcome
homo and to congratulate each ono
oi you on the heroic part you
played in tho great battle on the
lirst of May at Manila, which was
a most zlortous triumph of Amor
lean arms and niado a new and
gloiious puge in American history.
"I aBiire you that when I givo
you welcome, I am only speaking
the hearts wtlcorao of several mil
lion citizens who honor you all for
your sploudid sorvices to our
'This fooling not only extends
to your great admiral, whom wo
all lovo mid honor, but to the
humblest member of tho crew who
was in tho great licet at Manila
"I cive you all a warm and gen-
orous wdlconio and my thaukH."
Secretary of tho Navy Long
then a Id reaped tho sailors. He
fcaid: "You havo heard tho Naval
Commander in-chief and listened
to thn most feeling words in which
the Protddont of tbo United States
has jus t expressed not only his
own generous recognition, but that
of tho whole- American people, of
your distinguished sorvices during
your whole connection with tho
United states navy.
"Tho country knows on whom
sho may (Upend. Tho record of
the United states navy is unsur
passed in tho history of tho
world and ot that record wo do
not forget you aro a great part,
not only tho officers of tho deck,
out alao as the uiimo has become
familiarly endoarcd, tho man be
hind tho cun."
At tho conclusion of Secretary
Long's speech, the sailor's gave
throe cheers for the President and
threo for the Secretary of the
Navy. This was followed by tho
ship 6 yell:
" Who aro wo ? Can't you seo ?
Wo aro members of the now navco,
It ah! Bah! Rah! Raleigh."
This nmuBed tho President very
much. The President then shook
hands with thn various officois of
tho cruiser and spoke a pleasant
word to each.
Then with the ladies of tho par
ty, tho president made an inspec
tion of the warship. He examined
tho big gun on tho starboard side
which spoko first in tho war with
Spain and displayed much iuter-o-it
in all ho saw. A general hand
shaking concluded the visit and
tho presidential party returned to
the tug. A Hying visit was made
to Cramp's ship-building yard,
where tho battleship Alabama, in
courso of construction, was in
spected. Some surprise was ex
pressed at the agility displayed by
Mr. McKinley in climbing ladders
and mounting steps on (ho Alaba
ma and at the wharves.
As tho president was about to
descend from the nppor dock ot
tho battleship, ho discovered that
tho step9 were very steep. Re
marking that "tho best way to get
down was to back np," ho went
The party returned to tho hotel
Bellovue shortly after 1 o'clock
whero they partook of luncheon.
Oiifrn Homo Tomorrow.
"A 'Onmillo' that does not
offend tho most fastidoui and
teaches a beautiful moral," is tho
way that a leading critio spoko of
Janet Waldorf's portrayal of
Dumas' famous churacter. To
morrow afternoon's matinee at tho
Opera Houso will soa a largo
crowd as there is a general desiro
on thb purt of Mies Waldorf's
admirors to compare her "Oa
millo" with tho ono givon by
Nauco O'Neil sovoral months ago.
Norval McGregor will play
Armaud. That moot popular of
all of Shakespearors tragedies,
"Romeo and Juliet" is tho bill for
tho night porlonnanco and as the
salo of seats is very largo there
will cortninly bo as many if not
more peoplo in the Opera Houso
tomorrow night ns thero was on
tho opening night of what has
bpen u ploisaut feeason of closeical
Ttwlny's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK'.Ciltal ShVj Cyliil
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C. Brewer & Cofi.oovx
bwa I'Unt'n Co!
750,00c 1 5,ood
Haw'n Sun Co
Mono mu Sit Co
HnnokAA S Co
' pd up
AUunalel SC A
" pJ up
Onome Su Co
Paauhau S PC"!
n.tr. c Mm
3oo,ooo J. 000
Soo.oool s, 000
t, 500,0001 (o.oooj
joo.oocJ j oocJ
1 80,00 t,8ooj
9,400,000 34, oool
Pepeekeo Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co
9.000,000. to ooq
" " (PJUpJ
1, 500,0c o 15,000!
Walluku u Uo
Wilder S S Co
Haw'n UfC Co
Mutuat Tete Co
" p d tip
,Haw Gov.Cper c
10 O1I111. jTo: 50O1I1U, 370: 8) Klhf 1. 17: 65 Maunaltl.
t,: toW'Alalua I'alJ up. m!4.
Nolf Wa .iliu Assessable I. a ftr cent PjIJ up,
Klhol Assnsble Is ftrcem I'a'-I "P-
JIj.l'Ti- of ilia IIHtf l-.
Tho S.in 'Francisco Exnminor,
speaking of tho trip of tho En
gineers from Honolulu to ban
Francisco, has tho following:
"Thore seomed to be a mystery
regarding tho bugles of tho Bat
talion of Engineers. Tho first
day out tbo bugles blow the ro-
veillo at Bonnsc and woro ooinc
all day. Tho pasHongnrs tumbled
out of bed or lay entranced by the
sweet music. The socond dav
they stayed in bed and said "blow"
the bugles. The following day
they used stronger languayo, and
that night thore were no buglos
left with which to Bound taps. No
bogles have beoo heard since, but
thoy may turn up today."
Opportunity Mode Kihcl.
To obtain wealth necJs, simply, the a
bllity to recognize opportunities and take
aJvantaccof them. ODDortunitles exist
everywhere, but the number of real Iv great
opportunities is always proportionately
sinjll and these are always taken up by
tho men who have not only brains but
who act quickly and have courage. Pretty
much all of the wealthy people of this
country were once poor and they have
prospered by taking advantage of opportu
nities. In Honolulu today, are all the evi
deaces of advanced American rustling and
energy. To be much account in the po
cession a man has to keep pretty close to
the band wagon, Now-a-days a bicycle Is
much-like a revolver was. In the ''wild
and wooly west," when wanted It was
wanteu very Damy. you may nave
opportunity to ride to wealth. The Pacific
Cycle & Mfg. Co. In the Ehler's block
on Fort Street have very trusty and
inexpensive steeds in the Ciescent or Re
mington bicycles. Provide yourself now
as thev must close out their present stock
at the lowest of prices to make necessary
room for a car-load of Sterling's now In
transit. When Klhei sugar stock was
floated, brains and quickness seized the
opportunity their bicycles were handy,
were used, and they succeeded In getting
in on the ground floor. If you want, not
a cheap bicycle, but a high grade bicycle
cheap call upon them.
Tho schooner Albert Moyor nr
rived in Han Francisco, April 2G,
twenty-sis days from Kabului.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE 1
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
hm. I nwiviipft P,n l.tn
nimnv iiuiuiiuiu vui
TnrimiQtflii HlhTA WAVA
AllUUl ULUU k IIIIM nuivi
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 Pails.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your Inspection.
See display In our large window.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt Block, King street.
rtfw-Acronte. rinrncv ClMn.ihle 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
Golden Rule Bazaar
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 Necllcee Shirts, both
Men's and Boys', are the finest and the
largest assortment we ever nail.
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 aad 75c.
Boys' Fedora Hats from $1.50 to 52.00.
In fact all our goods are low.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear, benu tor catalogue,
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerloy BM
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan
tationat Hanaiel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE TA1 WAI.
ti87-2m Hanaiel. Kauai.
Not the least beautiful of
wonders nature has lavished
upon Hawaii is the variety of
fishes in the surrounding
waters. Some of them gro
tesque in form and others
most marvelously colored.
KING BROS., hove a fine
collection of water colors.
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment oi Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy 11 homo and by so doing sccuro
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wo havo some bargains in Real
Estate. HoAVovcr, if you havo tlio
fever and want to spcculato in Stocks,
wo will givo caroful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAV1ES CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
The 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, Fort Street.
Will open on May 1st as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. 1206
-icie o .
HORSES rjrtfff BIDLES
COWS -gBJElHv CHICLES
HARNESS jJ FOWLS
Oomploto Rigs. Largo Assortment Always on TJand.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Ala ken and Queen Streets.
W. S.WITHERS, Manager.
First-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 25-CcntB Men! In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
Dtrelanla n4 furl Street!.
T. MATIMURA, M.D.
Consulting Rooms, 427 Ninianu Street,
Residence, B24 Kiiunnu Strcot.
Hours: 0 to 12 n. in, and (I lo 8 p. in,
Sundays, 2 to 0 ji. in. 1212 dm
E TRAM WIMM
Real Estate Agent.
j jSL in :hs:
A Special Meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co.. Ltd., will be
held on Tuesday, May nth, 1899, at 10
o'clock a. in., at the offices of Ale.xandcr
& Baldwin, Judd Building, to take acth4
on the question of declaring the stocy
W. M. TEMPLETON,
t2io-iw Secretary H. S. O
Tho City of Columbia hauloct
over t.) the Marino Railway this
loronoon. folio will boputonto
day if possible.
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