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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 8, 1899.
gbllihej Every Day, except Sunday, at no Klnc
itfeet. Honolulu, II. I., bv thi
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
DANIEL LOCiAN City Elllof
MONDAY, MAY 8, 1899.
Hilo con put another scoro to
its credit. Its cilizooB aro first id
lino to Bift out wlmtover rbyrac oi
reusou tuny exist in tlio iolorliur
nled oath required of voturs by thr
Tlio official organ fays that
Juetico J mld's decision relative to
tbo Chinese imtutKtnnts wns Imsed
on "Equity and natural justico."
Wlint was tbo decision, of the
United State department of jus
tice based on ?
CharlcB Emory Smith, Poef
master General in McKiuley'e
c.ibinnt litis, in tlio course of n
newspaper interview, referred to
Hawaii as a colouy. Doubtless
(bis was the hint from Washing
ton that sent Hawaii's cnbiuot into
hysterics soiii' wf-pkn sineo.
Thoodoro Tlioums refused to
play ''Dixie" at tbe request of an
Atlanta, Ga,, audience, becaueo
there wns no music in it. The
noted musician is now consider
ing taking out a patent on a suro
method of creatiug "music in the
air" in the Southern States.
Admiting tho fact that the Con
slilution of tlio Ke ublic of Ha
waii was based an American prin
ciple, wo now have an excellent
example of what littlo guarantee
a foundation offers for tho charac
ter of tbo structuro erected upon
Tbe caiue of tho small farm or
is by no means lost in the Olna
district now to be devoted to cuuc
culture. Practically tbo only
change is that I ho crop to bo taken
off this soil will be n profitable ono
in place of coffee tbit at best wasa
more or lees speculative ven
ture William Dean Howells declin
e 1 an invitation to a New York
"dollar workinpmeu's dinnei" be
cause ho could not mako out what
good could be accomplished for
the workingman by his presence
or tho diuner. Howolls will never
bo accused of being a politician.
Every politician is a workingman
previous to the election.
Edward Atkiuson, king of Mas
sachusetts theorizers, admits ho is
tun author of tho lettors sent to
tho Philippines with a view to
causing dissention in the Amoric
nu ranks. The people cau afford
to laugh at Edward. He is tho
man who says tho Amoricau la
borer can live comfortably on
81 CO a week. It is a mistako to
take his opinions seriously.
n:,cn tiivt micanh slaiigiitmi.
Soaator Henry CabolLodgo in his
history of tho Spanish-American
war published in Harper's Month
ly pays deserved attention to the
Senators and Congressmen who
consistently opposed a proper or
ganization of tho United Stiitos
army. Tho men and newspapers
most active in condemning the
Santiago campaign with it con
fusion in transportation and tho
cH'odvantago forced upon the
fighting men by plncing autiqanted
fighting material in tho lumdn of
tho soldiers, arc in moat cases the
mon who are responsible for the
opposition raised against any
movement to mako the Amoricau
nrmy an effeativo fighting forco.
LiveB of citizen of ouo of tho
-wealthiest nations of the world
me eiicriliceil simply because a
i -w Congrefismuu sought to mako
p ditioAl capital by preventing tho
na'ion from boing for handed in
preparing for tho possibilities of
war. Tho gteatest republic on
earth stands on record as sending
i's soldiers into battle supplied
with munitions of war thnt furn
islnul u turgot for tin enemy.
Now those stumbling blocks in
the pathway of Auioiicau progress
aro soarobiug tbo country for an
a'lmiiiifrtratiou scApe goat on
which to placo tho blamo. The
responsibility rosts first with
Congress and indirectly with tho
people. Admiuistrativo officials
did the b6t th?y could under the
harness of uocdlese, if not crimin
al, ii'il t'ljio placed upon thorn and
tho lack of funds placed at their
dit-po-ul. Commanding genorald
and secretaries of war havo utter
ed warnings without avail. The
ultra tboorolical narrow minded
advocates of "peace" hnvo been
able to hoodwink tho people into
a peumiouH policy toward the
army. The brave men at tbe front
hhve paid tho penalty with their
CAn UUIVKII ASSAULTED.
Manuel Rawlins, ono of the
trumcar drivers, was brutally as
saulted by sorao unknown person
whilo driving his car into town at
about 10:40 o'clock Sunday night.
The assault took place in the
vicinity of Wright's Villa. How
line wii jocciuK alone on his luat
trip. There woro no passengers
on tho ear. As ho got to the
place mentioned no was struck in
the head from behind. Before he
con Id recover himself ho was dealt
another blow. He was so dnzed
by the blows as to bo unablo to
see anything nnd tho person who
hit In in cot away.
People from Wrinht's Villa and
Patrolman Sydney Smith rushed
up on hearing the driver's cries
for holp. When they got there,
the man was of coarse out of the
way and tho driver was about to
fniut. luo latter was helped into
Wright's Villa where a physician
happened to bo. The Door fel
low's wounds wcro dressed and be
was removed to bis home. Udou
tnnkinp; an examination of the oar.
anoocalyptus woodclub with which
the dastardly deed was doue, was
Patrolmnn Smith who wont to
tbo driver's ussibtauco tolls the
"I was at Long Brouch when I
heard the criea for help. I cnlloo-
ed to Wright's Villa at once.
There was the driver standing on
tho front platform bloodinir from
a wound in tho head. could see
no ono around except tho people
running to tho assistance of the
po.ir follow. Rawlins was about
to faint so I suppnrtod him and
then conducted him to Wright's
Itawlins himself says that he
knowB nothing whatever except
tho fact that he was struck in the
head from behind. Ho does not
know the motive, If iobbery wns
the intention, the miscreant did
not succeed, for ppoplo arrived on
tho scouo before there was a
ohanco to go through his pockets
Besidoa that, ho remained con-
Hcious, notwithstanding tbo fact
that he was struck twice. This
must havo been a snrpriso to tho
man who did tho clubbing for ho
struck to lay his man low.
luo police havo some clues
whioh they will follow up imme
diately. Tho trail will not be
allowed to cool.
Although tho driver haB not said
much about himself, it ia learned
this afternoon that ho has his
suspicions. 11 o states that seven
soldiers wont out on tlio car from
towu. Ibey all paid their fares.
When tho car urrived at the placo
where he was assaulted, fivo of tbe
numbor jnrapedout and tho others
wont to the on! of tho line and
then walked out to camp. Ho
further states Huh afternoon that
he noticed tho uniform of a Unit
ed Stutes artilleryman on tho man
who committed tbo assault but
wa unable toseo tho fellow's face.
That he was a soldier ho has no
doubt. Ho says ho is unablo to
to identify any of the men as ho
did not pay particular attention
L. F. Farloy conducts a large
meroantilo business at Liberty
Hill, Ga. Ho says: "Ono appli
cation ot Ohamberlian's Puin
Balm relieved mo of a sovero rmin
in my back. 1 think it 0. K."
1" or lamo bade, rheumatism, neu
ralgia, owolliogB, sprains, bruises,
burns and scalds no other liui.
moot can approach Chumborlian's
Puin Balm. It is intonded espe
cially for theoo diseases and is
famous for its cures. For sale by
all dealors. Benson. Smith v. fin..
I General Agents.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
namp stockI t-plul pSh'r'i Capital
NAMtb't"-'Yutho,MdlMU,l Paid Up
llaw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Sue Co
llonomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
" M Up
Klpahutu Su Co
Maunatel SC A
" " pd up
Onomea Su Co
Paauhau S PCn
Pacific Su Aim
Pepeeken Su Co
Pioneer Atlll Co
" " (pd up)
Wallultu Su Co
1 95,000 1,150
Wilder S S Co
Inter-Is S N Co
500 000 5,000
Haw n hire Co
Mutual Tele Crl
" ' p'd up
Haw Govper c
Oahu Ky&L Co.
40 American Sugar, assessable, 56; 10 Walalua
sessabl, no; 90 Hawaiian Sugar, jjo; jooOokala,
93: 10 Alaunalel, 19.
Note Wa alua Assessable Is 30 per cent paid up?
Klhel Assessbte Is 90 per cent paid up; American
Sugar Co , 30 rer cent paKl
TYitlmontnl to Janet Wnlilorf.
A testimonial to Janet Waldorf
is now in order. Miss Waldorf
came here a stranger, but has woo
many friends and adrairors by her
artUtio work and womanly ways..
Numerous requests have been
made to the management that sho
repeat Gilbert's famous comedy
drama, "Pygmalion and Galutoo,"
which was givon as a matinee per
formance last Saturday. Miss
Waldorf has consented to do eo,
on Thursday evening at the
Miss Waldorf's duties have
been bucIi during her brief stny
here that she has found it an utter
impossibility to receivo her many
friends and admirors, but will
take great pleasure in doing so
immediately after tbo perform
ance on tho stapo of the Opera
House Tbursdny evoning.
Opportunity Made Klhel.
To obt.tln wealth needs, simply, then
bllltv to recocnlze opportunities and take
adv.mtageof tliem. Opportunities exist
everywhere, but the number of reallv great
opportunities is always proportionately
smau anu inesc are always taKen up ny
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
dences of advanced American rustl htr and
energy. To be much account In the no
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
wanted erv badlv. You mav have
opportunity to ride to wealth. The Pacific
Cycle & Mfe. Co. In the Ehler's block
on Fort Street have very trusty and
inexpensive steeus in tne crescent or Ke
mincton blcvcles. Provide vourself now
as tliev must dlose out their present stock
at the lowest of prices to make necessary
room for a car-loid of Sterling's now In
transit. When Kihei sugar stock was
floated, brains and quickness seized the
opportunity their bicycles were handy,
were useu, ana tney succeeueu in getting
In on the ground floor. If you want, not
a cheap blcvcle. but a hich grade bicvele
cheap all upon them.
HOSE! - -
GARDEN HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
TO. 10,, Ltll,,
We are now offerlne Men's. Bovs' and
Children's Clothing at the lowest p-Ices
eVer offered In this city before, and the
largest stocK to select trom ana a guaran
tee of its superiority.
You will find our Hats, Caps, and Fur
nishings of the same high standard and
anything purchased In either department
will be cheerfully taken back and money
refunded If not satisfactory.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTETley BlOCt
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
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 nnd cheap and
are worth your Inspection.
See display In our large window.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
tSTAgents, 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.
Saturday Sketch Class
D. Howard Hitchcock.
STUDIO, MODEL BLOCK.
fntranrp. ri valor Progress Nock,
The most popular portrait of
the late Princess Kaiulani is the
one taken by Taber showing
her in street dress in easy pose
with purse in hand and wear
ing a very becoming hat with
ostrich plumes. KING BROS.
have them for sale.
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
to aii?2 a&
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED..
And buy a homo and by so doing securo
monthly dividends, this is our advice,
and wo havo somo bargains in Real
Estate. However, i you havo tho
fovor and want to Bpcculato in Stocks,
wo will give careful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Boon to Horses.
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. MACFARLANB,
Soli A cent for Dr. PotHe's Remedies'
Orph.eum .Building, Port Street.
TZj&JttlL. ZECXjIEIfcviEiJEIS, Piop'r.
Will open on May 1st as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be Riven to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Ulnlne hall 6oio
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience ' '
A few offices to let In the building. I20;
New consignment just
A Cows 20 cits. I Cow 23
Choice Breeds Chickens, $15
a tunc lui. iuick sales, Small Profits.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alakea and Queen Streets
W.S.WITHERS, Manager. streets.
DHWBY RESTAUR A1I7.
Flrst.P.lflKS Rfisnrl Tn Evorv Racnurl I
-..w. ...u vvvt u UIVIJ IWfVVl
Best 25-Ceuts Alcnl In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
Derelanla and I ort Streets.
T. MATIMTJHA, M.D.
CoDsnlllng Rooms, 427 Nananu Street.
Kesldcneo, 624 Nuuanu Strcot,
Hours: 0 to 12 a. m. and (1 to 8 jt. in.
Sundays, 2 to 0 p. in. 1212 0m
Real Estate Agent.
received by "Mary E. Foster," .
cits, nnd I C.nw OQ
pep doz; Ducks,$5 a trio.
,i,:V Hc'a.LMeee,l.nS.of 'l,e stockholders of
CnCVVKl,at.,the offices of Alexander
& Baldwin, Judd Building, to take action
pSld up. CIUeSt'" f declarInK t,,e st'
W. M. TEMPLETON.
I2I0-IW Secrelnri N t rn
f " " "
f,MnT?enf0Unla.tr?.spns?,nKn mV Plan
tatlona Hdiulel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
p. m. will be prosecuted according to law.
"87 2m Hanalel, Kauai.
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