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BfLLlTlN: BOSOLtJLU, B. I., MAY 10, 1899. t
j. ii ..in,. iiwwiiM.Hi.i.ii nmamm..nij. ... inn L.iuunMiii'i" iim- i
fubtlshed Every Day, except Suniy, l io KlrR
ureet llonolult.il t fc the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.UPANt.
ff. R. FARRINGTON Edlto.
DANIEL LOGAN City Elliot
Nubni rlil(ll Itnt.'fil
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands... $ .1
Per year, postal J.toAmetka.Cnnaia orMexlio toot
Per ear, postpalJ, other foreign ccntrles .... M oo
WPajable Invariably In aaVan.t.
I'ost Orricn Dox
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1899.
With tho Imnks shut down
against tho new plantation stock?,
tho promptness wilh which tli
stock ia taken up shows that tho
people of this torritory krop n lot
of money iu family stocking.
Tim law department of the ILn
viiian Government it to bo con
gratulutcd aly virtue of itn uxhibi
lion of a fair decro of commou
eoase iu deuliug with Hit) eluctoral
oath propoaitioa ng it relates to
formor voters of tho llepublio of
llusnii. Tim otlicinl orynu inti
tmtes thnt the now iuterlinouttd
oath is still demanded of citizens
who lmvo not pieiously taken tlm
oath to (he Republic. It ia atill
an open qutstiou what right the
Executive has to demand a nowly
m nufactuml oath of any elector.
"With the Chrtmber of Commerce
favorably disposed towr.rd tho ex
hibit at tho Omaha Exposition, the
business community should now
uni'o to make Bnwaii's exhibit the
moit complete that hns ever been
aeon in the United States. The
greater Omaha exposition is to
give special prominenco to tho
new American possessions and
Hawaii cannot afford ito be out
dono by any former possession of
Spain. We have made claims of
American prosress nnd monoy or
time should cot bo"sparo:l in rank
ing good this claim by the excel
lent character of Hawaii's exhibit.
Let tho peoplo toko hold of thin
proposition in true progroa6iv
WANTFD. A VTAUM! POMC.
To tho uninitiated it is surpris
ing tho amount of luck of confi
dence tho Government labor
policy inapires. The present plan
has ilB excellent points and the
busineaa community will bo dis
posed to accept it without much
grumbling, provided it is u policy
that can be depended upon for it
fow month at a time. Now that,
tho Executive hai in ado a com
promise for goodneaa Eake Btick to
it. It is not true that tho major
ity of the planting interests frar
tho extension of American laws or
beliovo tho Unitod States cau bo
wheodlod into saving our oontract
labor systom. Tho sugar agents
of Hawaii are not without com
rnon senao or foresight. What
they do demand, however, is
stability. Dnttor tho immediate
wiping out of contract labor aud
Japanese immigration than
liberal policy for a sonuou and
then a sudden Hop in tho
opposite diraction. Qivou
the strict Araericau hws,
tho planters will adapt
themselves to circumstances; thoy
know that an American doolara
tion of law means what it Bays
and tho operations iu tho new
plantations nnd old plantations
will bo governed accordingly.
Where tho llnwaiian govern
ment foil down was in giving n
practical guarautee immediately
aftor annexation that tho labor
system would not bo disturbed.
Laborers wore brought in praoti
cully' without hindrance. Tho
business men of Hawaii in their
plans for expansion and promo
tion of now onterprioos governed
thorasolvos accordingly only to
find themselves brought up with
a round turn after thy had in
vested tlnir money. The action
of the Hatruiiin govomranut was
neither sensible) nor jus.
Llnving nowconip to a p mitton
ivproucliing 11 docision lot the
Ocnurnmout -tick to it. A fair
ik'gri'O of Bttliilily id nil th'it is
naked nuil tho request ia rcaaoim
Ht'SlNKSS Oltt) IONIZATION.
Although tho numbor of trade
aud manufacturing combinations
ii steadily increasing in thoUuited
Slides', it is a notable truism thnt
tlm failure of Amoricans to gain a
larger share of tho busineaa m
foreign markets ia duo to their
lack of organization nnd system
United 8tateb Consul Wilcox
writing to tho Stato Departmont
from Hnukau draws attontion to
this short coming apparont in the
Ohinoso mnrkots. Notwlthstand.
iog our figures show a steady in
crease in tho exports to tho
Oriont, Wilcox ia authority for tho
stnt'tnout thnt tho numbor of Am
eiicans doing huMnoss in China
is less todny than thirty years ago.
Thero aro men enough but thoy
lire not ndapting thoir methods to
tho changed conditions of Chinese
trade. "Tho Amorican business
representatives visit the miniatora
otiil consuls and request thorn to
got dates for interviews with the
Tsnugli Yamon at Fekin, tho
viceroys, and other high officials
in tho various provinces of the
Empire- Thoir plans aro similar,
they aro all from the Unitod
States, and thoy request the
Tsaogli Yemen to 'instruct tho
viceroys to gather specimens, to
bo sent to tho association thoy
represent. Of course, each com
mission informs the officials that
his league is composed of the
most prominent and wealthy com
mercial men of bis country. Tho
consequence is that the Chinese
ofiicials, by having so many asso
ciations brought to thoir notice,
European merchants, whilo pay
ing due attention to Chinese of
fkials, deal with tho Chinese mor
chnntsdirect, corabino theirforcrs,
establish expositions in the
larger morenntilo centers and-
got tho major portion of the
If tho reports of American Con
aula amount to anything and
they aro of vast importance not
withstanding tho attempts to do
sparago tho capacity of those
men there ia grcator domand
for organization among Amorican
morchautB in foreign markets than
at home. Thoy aro now com pet
iiig against their own nationality.
To bring American foreign trade
to tho standard which tho nation's
resources might well command, it
is necessary, that Yankeo mor
chants co.iso bickering among
thomselvoa and most European
merchants as a common coinmer
Ono nf the soldiers from tho
Trnusport Seuator was drowned
whilo that steamer was passing
out oi tlm channel lest ovouing.
Tho man was under tho influence
of liquor at tho tirno. He climb
ed down tho rope that attached
tlm pilot boat to tho transport nnd
when half way down, rolaxed his
iin and foil iuto tho water. The
pilot boat cast off to look for the
soldier but bo uever rose again.
It is believed that ho was Btruck
by tho propeller. Tho Senator
slowed up to allow tho pilot boat
to search for the soluior but as
soon us it was fouud that the
man could not bo found, sho start
od again on her way.
Pollca Drill romorrotr.
Tho foot police will bo drilled
by Captain Parker on Palaco
square at G o'clock tomorrow
morning. Tho now, men havo
been carefully drilled and nro now
ou about tho samo lovel with the
The Onliu College grounds will
ho hrilliantly illuminated noxt
Monday night on tho ocoaninn of
the big combined charity out-of-door
performanco to bo given by
tho Janet Waldorf company. Tho
street car compauy have agreed to
have sufficient ears to handlo the
To-dny's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCK! CJPIUI ShV. Capital
......... ..,.,..... . -.- WK
C. Brewer & C0I1.003.00J
Am Sug rCo.As jjo.ocxJi, ood
AmMll0 p d up 7so.ooa
Ea Plant n Co a.ooo.ooo
llamoa I'lan Co t,j,ood
llaw'n Aer. Co' i.ooo.oooj
ii..-.. c..- r- . J
ilonomu Su Co
llonokaa S Co
Kahuku PI n Co
Klhel PCol ilAn
Kona SuCo. Ass
Maunalel SC A
i6o,oool 1 ,60a
1 80,0c 0 1,800
1 1 500,000
" " pd up
OahuS Co. ,
I'aauhau S I'Cof
Pacific Su Mill
150,000 I, Joe
Wdlluku Su Co
ti)50,oooi),5on 1,) 50,000!
Wllif r S S Co
Mutual Tele Col
Haw n hlec Co
9,000,000 90, OOO
M p'J up
(law Gov,6per c
to Walilua. nsscssiMe, no; 10 Oalm, 8o; re
Walalua, assessable, no; soWalalua, paid up, itj.
A COMPLAIMNU WITNtiNS BCOIIKD.
Alos. McAnrus appeared in the
pnlico court this morning on tho
charge of using threatening Ian
cnao toward Stanley, tho com
plaining witness. There was a
woman in tho case.
The defense did not pnt on any
witnoes and at tho conclusion of
the case Judge Wilcox called Mc
Acus boforo him. Turning to
Stanley bo told him what he
thought of him.
Ho had sat still for about
a half an hour simply boil
ing over. "I am ashamed of the
color of your skin, sir, and I want
you to get out of this court room
and keep on going until you get
far nway," taM Judge Wilcox. "I
do not intone! to setllo such cobcs
iu thin court." Judge Wilcox was
as argry us tho newspaper men in
the room bad ever seen him.
It is needless to say that Stan
ley went out of tho room ns quick
ly as possible looking to neither
one side nor tuootlior.
Opportunity Miidc Klhci.
To obtain wealth needs, simply, the a
bllity to recognize opportunities and take
advantage of them. Opportunities exist
everywhere, but the number of really great
opportunities Is always proportionately
small and these are always taken up by
tho men who have not only brains but
who act aulcklv and havecourace. Prettv
much all of the wealthy people of tins
country were once poor ana mey nave
prospered oy taxing advantage 01 opportu
nitles. In Honolulu todav. are all the evl
dences 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
wanted very badly. You may have
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 Crescent or Re
mington bicycles. Provide yourself now
as they 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 Klhel 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
cueap can upon mem.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices, regardless of the advance in
Pacific Italiwc Co, Ltd.,
We are now offerlne Men's. Boys' and
Children's Clothing at the lowest p-Ices
ever offered In this city before, and the
largest stock to select from and a guaran
tee of Its superiority.
IUU Will IIIIU UUI lia rfOp UIIU I Ul
nlshlngsof the same hieh standard and
Vt.t ...III rtn.t i. I4ftf P.n. nml t7ir
anyininc purcnaseu in emier uquiunciu
will be cheerfully taken back and money
rciunucu 11 nut AaiiMLtuiy.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear, bend lor dialogue.
9 Hotoi street : : Wayerley Blocl
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. q-ii, 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 Shes),
Wash Basins, Water Palls.
These goods are durable and cheap and
are worth your inspection.
See display In our large window.
W. W. Dimond & Co.t
..Von Holt Block, King street.
BSTAgents, Gumey 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.
laii'iw Fnlranre. Pvator. Progrm niock.
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in malting enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS, have them for sale.
10 Hotel street.
fffilUIE LEAK WIIE
MJZZG "-T.I.H V
Shirt Waists !
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 sccuro
monthly dividends, this is onv advico,
and avo havo soino bargains in Real
Estate. However, if you havo tho
fever and want to speculate in Stocks,
wo will give careful attontion to any or
dors placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAVES 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. MACFARLANB,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies. 1
Orphetim Building, Fort Street.
Will open on May 1st as a first-class modern hotel. A German chef has been
specially Imported, nnd every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
tirst-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Dining hall Ooxio..
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the-building. 1206
New consignment just
4 Cows 20-qts, I Cow 23 qts, and 1 Cow 28 qts.
Choice Breeds Chickens, $15 per doz; Ducks, $5 a trio.
A FINE LOT. Quick Sales, Small Profits.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alakea and Queen Streete.
W. S.WITHERS, Manager.
First-Class Resort In Every Respect.
Best 25-Ccnts Meal In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
BcreUnla and I'orl Streets.
T. MATIMURA, M.D.
Consulting Rooms, 427 Nuuanu Street.
RcsUlcnco, 521 Nuuanu Street.
IIouth: 0 to 12 a. m. and 0 to 8 p. in.
Sundays, 2 to 0 p. in. 1212 Out
Real Estate Agent.
received by "Mary E. Foster," a
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
52.50 per an
who use its col
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