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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 1JV, 161)9.
fablljrieJ Every Day, etc.pt Sunday, at to Klnf,
strttt. Honolulu, II. ',., by t,ie
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.V.PANY.
W. R.FANRINOTON Elliot
DANIEL I.W1AN CHy KJIlor
THURSDAY, MAY 11, lffii
Query Why should the Septenv
ber elections in Hawaii be allowed
to take place ?
Query Will the Hawaiian
Government give any good rtw
son vvhy, in view of the pro
bablo enactment in December
of a territorial law demanding a
new Legislature, the people of Ha
waii should be called upon to elect
a Legislature in September which
will never be called in session ?
Query Has the government of
Hawaii sought any opinion from
Washington on this poiiit, and if so
what was the reply ?
Qiury If the Hawaiian Govern
ment has not sought this informa
tion, what reason has it to give for
failure to do so ?
These are questions for which
the people of Hawaii have a right
to demand an answer. The tax
payers have a right to demand that
their money shall not be spent for
an election that amounts to nothing.
Tney have a right to know whether
the Hawaiian government lias made
any effort to prevent, by communi
cation with authorities in Washing
ton, a needless expenditure of Ha
waii's public money in needless
A room furniehing on'y n tpace
of O'i Mjnnro feet for a family is
decliieii ovon tbo cities to be in
su'liciout, uubunitaiy and n disgrace-
to n community wbich per
mits it. Advertiser.
Thus doos the oftieiul organ
raut in its attempt to condemn
Miiiiotors King niul Damon and
shield tin head o tho Hawaiian
govomrnout. Tho orqan in vovy
wise indeed, but it has failed to
unto bow numerous Jh the "family"
plncol in a room (JI! feet fqr.Hro.
Furt'iernioro how long lu.a it been
einco the capacity oC rooms was
reckono.l in tquaro feet. Suppo&o
t irse 03 foet square rooms aro 15
fe t high and bave'plpoly of ven
til'tio, wbiit thru ?
UlCN'KICALi NUMN NOTIib.
On General Otis recommenda
tion, Colonel Fuuston hay been
commifsiou d to bn Iiriyadier Gen
oral of Volunteers.
Lieut. L). E. Lasher, who wat
injured iu a uiunway ncc!dnt at
Montaroy, died fioni his injuries.
lhigadii?r General II. G. Otis
ha9 roturuetl to Califoiuia.
Ex-Govnrnor Altpeld is ill Hi
rniud is sari to bo affected.
8au Frnuoisco wfti treated loan
oirthquuko shock Sunday April
Three Australian Colonic are.
fr iiuinu (liiTiTDtitinl tariffs in favor
of CI rent Britain.
General Gunico AV. Ui.vis lias
loan oppniiiled Military Governor
of 1'orto Rico.
Tho Sixth mid tho S xtoonth
Infantry aro on the w.iy to the
The Filipino junta gives out a
despatch that Aguiuuldo hub uoth
iug to do with peace uugotiations.
Henry 13. Hydo, president of
tho Equitalilo Lifo Assurance
Company, i dnnd.
General ILiln was slightly
wounded in a battle of April 20.
The Italian Cabinet lias re
signed. Colonel Fuuston was wounded
in tho hand daring a ohargo of
German officials state, that tint
Gorman Coiibul a. Apia disobey d
ordeia in refusing to accept tin
pioolaniation issuul by llrilish
After tuo sos-Bious with Filipino
representatives offorto for pmc-' in
the Philippines have beon iibau
d ned. Auuinaldo wnuls his uov-
nmuiont lecoguizwl nod Olis re
fuses. Ohiof Steward Sanley of the
Austrtlia hs aboard that Btcann-r
nno o the linost Gn at Dane dogh
that has over ooinn into tho cour
Iry. This was givrn to him juct
before t ho d-pirturo of the uto.mi.
cr for Honolulu.
IIOUHI'.H -(H THIS PtUl.lPriNISH.
Anhiila of tlin Nlxlh ChviiIi-j- to Fol
low the Men.
Run Friiiini-iL'ri. Miiv 1. It has
been dotinitoly decided that the
liorfipn bidi'iiuiiiL' to the nix troons
of tho Fourth Cavalry, lately
ortior-ci to Manila, oou in an, win
follow tho men. luey win m
shipped on the transports Leo-
lunnv, Coutiemnugh and Tacoma,
Him Inst tun (if wliinh will rotnrn
in Juue. The animals will bo
taken ashore at Honolulu for a
Pursuant to telegraphiu instruo
lions from tbn War Department,
dated lUnrch 10, lb'JS), designating
the third battalion, Socond United
States Volunteer Engineers, now
at the Presidio, for muster out in
iicoordauuo with Koneral .orders,
Captain Sedgwick Pratt, Third
Artillery, will discharge this duty.
In connection with tho mustering
out of tho battalion, U iptnm Pratt
will perform tho duties of acting
assistant quartermaster, acting
cooiniisHary and ncting ordnance
ollicer, and will communicato
direct with tho respective ohiofs
of bureau for special mstruo
tionp. A general court-martial is ap
pointed to meet at Honolulu, H.
1., at 11 o'clock May 15th, for the
triul of prisoners who may bo
broacht before it. Detailed for
wrvieo on this court aro Major M.
W. Wood, snrcpon, Captain Adam
Slakor, Charles B. Saltorloo and
Frodoriek Marsh, and Second
Lieutenants Wright Smith and G.
R. Hancock, all of tho Sixth Artil
lery, with First Lioutenant D. W.
Eotcham, Sixth Artillery, acting
as Judge Advocate.
Goo. W. Smith, in tbo absence
of Attorney Goneral Cooper, pro
sided at the Board of Heahh meet
ing yesterday. Others present
were Dr. Emerson, Dr. Day,L. D.
Koliinio, Secretary 0. Wilcox and
Executive Ofllcer 0. B. Reynolds.
lludolph JJerioc aavo another
talk on wator Gltration. He was
nn motion requested to furnish
estimates of cost of a slow filtra
tion system for Nuuauu valley,
oapabh 0! filler in c 1,000,000 gal-
lone; also an tstunato on tho cost
of both a mechanical and slow
system for the Makiki Fupply.
Dr. A. U. rosey 01 Kentucky
win recommended for license.
Dr. Campbell's resignation as
wuh accepted with a voto or tuanks
for long and ablo services. Drs.
Kinc aud oanuow arp applicants
for the position.
Ltecommotiuations forwaruoa by
Dr. Moore for improving sanitary
conditions at Hilo were adopted.
Mr. Reynolds was authorized to
establish a branch storo ut Kala
J. M. Sims was annointod a
milk inspector under Food In-
Hxeculivn IlulldliiiT HTnar.1.
An application of tho Victoria
ball committeo for tho uoo of tho
Executive bailding was refused
this morning. It was considered
that it would be bad policy bo
cause the building is for tho pub
no. wnoro all tuo legislative and
executive business is dono, and
for public social functions. Yes
terday President Dole and the
Cabinet wero disposed to grant the
request, but on furthor considera
tion ciuiio to tho decision 'hero
Y M. O. A Dolrirtl,
W. C. Weodon and A. B. Wood,
president and past prosidont res
pectively of tho Honolulu x. IU.
0. A , leave in the Mioweia to at
tend the International Convention
of lliu Y M. 0. A. at Grand Rapids,
Miclunau, to be hold May 52o '28,
in-tnnt. Before returning home
111 a counlo ot'montlis, Mr. Weed-
on will settle tho ostato of Iu'h
wife's late mother iu Ohio. Tho
two delegate h ivo tho sumo state
room iu the steamer.
Kor Trnufor of MiilU.
J. M. Johueon, chief clerk of
tho railway mail service- at Los
Auueles, has been detailed to go
to Honolulu to take charge of tho
transfer of mails at that port for
tho Philippines, Australia, Now
APulanri anil the Uncut, uy this
arrangement tbo dispatch mail
matter from (his city will bo ex
ported by throe days. S. F.,
Collier Nulla for Hmnnn,
Washington, April 29. Tho col
lior Ahorenda started today from
Fort Monroo for Samoa by way of
tho 8traits of Magellan. The Vix
en is detained for n few day?, but
will soon leavo by tho castorn
route for tho same islands.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
Casllat ISh'r'j' Canllal
lAulho'iedUsu'd Pali Up
Ewa I'lanl'n C
Haw'n Art, Cn
Haw'n Suit Ce
Honomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co
" rJ up
Kona buCo.AJs; 390,000 3,900
Konasuo.pj UP IBO.Oro
Maunalel SC Al 900,000
Onomca Su Co! t,ooo,ooo,o,ooo
OokataSP'nCol joo.ooo 5,000
uiowaiu um yi 150,0004 1,500
PaauhiuSPCn s.ooo.coo too,ox
I'aclnc bu Mill 503,000 5,000
Pala Plant'n Co 750,0007,500
Pf pttlceo Su Co 750,000 7,500
Pioneer Aim Co 1,350,000113,300
wai 'UaARlUA 9X10,000 10,000
" " ipJup) 1,500,01015,000
tvaianjeom y 303,000 3,000
Wailuku Su Co 700,000 7,000
WalmanatoSCo 939,000 9,590
WalmeaMIIICo 195,003 1,950
WlMer S S Co
fnr.f ; m rl
Haw'n l.lec Co.
Mulual Tele Co
1 J9 ,000
Haw Govper c
5oWalalua, awsjaHe, 110: 95 Walalua, pilJ up,
"S. 30 Walalua, palJ up, iSliil o Walalua, palJ
up, 181)9; 300 Onkala, 9i!i; 90 Pioneer Mill, 410;
14 American Sugar, paid up, 190; 10 Maunalel, it;
50 Klhel. 17H; 40 Klhel. I7'(,
Out Uor "Aa Van Like It."
The tnauagemont of tho big out
door porformanco to be given on
tho grounds of Oahu Col I ego next
Monday nicht for the benefit of
four clmritablo organizations, an
nounces "that tho reserved seats
will be limited to 300, and that
thore will bo ample seats provided
for those who do not wish to ro-
servo their seats, thoro will bo a
largo spaco ronervod for those who
wish to sue tho performance from
carriages. As tho tickets aro go
ing off vory fast and everybody
scorns interested in tbo event
there will certainly bo a largo
crowd to witness Miss Waldorf
aud her clover comnanv r?iva
Shakespeare's beautiful paetoral
play in such an ideal spot ns tbo
Students of tho High School
and College can eecuro tickets at
Opportunity Made Klhel.
To obtain wealth needs, slmnlv. the a-
bllitv to recoenlze opportunities and t.ike
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
wno act quicxiy anu nave courage. 1'reuy
much all of the wealthy people of this
country were once poor and they have
prospered dv taxing advantage 01 opportu
nities. In Honolulu todav. are all the evi
dences of advanced American rustling and
energy. To be much account In the po
(.esslon a man has to keep pretty close to
tne Hand wagon, isowa-uays a Dicycie 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 tne t-iescent or ie
ml 11c ton bicycles. Provide yourself now
as thev must close out their present stock
at the lowest of prices to make necessary
room tor a car-load 01 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
cheap call upon them.
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd..
We a.-e now offering Ments, Boys' and
Children's Clothing at the lowest p'lces
ever offered In this city before, and the
largest stock to select from and 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 Jf not satisfactory.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street :
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. o-n, Hotel St.
Indurated Fibre Ware.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
THE FACTORY . . . .
Bowls, Buggy Palls,
Beer Trays, Chamber Palls,
Chambers, Dairy Pails,
Funnels, Flower Pot Saucers,
Handy Dishes, Jardinieres,
Pitchers, Slop Jars,
Slop Jar Mats, Slop Urns,
Spittoons, (Three Sizes),
Tubs, (All Sbes),
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.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
BfiTAgents, 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.
tntrance. Elevator. Proffrs Block.
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.
GENUIIE TEA1E WifflEES
a&2 us s?2
The Largest Assortment o? Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY 600DS COMPANY, LIMITED.
And buy .a homo nnd by so doing socuro
monthly dividends, ibis is our ndvico,
and wo b.ivo some bargains in Real
Estate. HoAvevcr, if you havo tbo
fovcr and want to speculate in Stocks,
wo will give careful attention to any or
ders placed with us.
Stock Broker and
315 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAY1ES 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 us.e in every instance.
Send your orders to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Sole Agent for Dr. Pottie's Remedies. 1
Orphenm Building, Tort Street.
ICAJESX-i IZZ'X-i'&jlHfcHZ'&r Fxop'x.
Will open on May ist 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. ReRular 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
C0M1U0I iEMMTB !
New consignment just
A 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 Streets.
W. S.WITHERB, Manager.
First-Class Resort la Every Respect.
Best 25-CentH Menl In Town.
LOOK HOP & CO.,
UertMnla and I ort bircetj.
OHIN SING 00,
100 Woet King Stroot
II II KIIIIIIUIH
i I rlMii.
Jobbing promptly iitloiidocl to; also nil
kinds of Furniture on band. 1210 Dm
Real Estate Agent.
received by "Mary b. foster," .t
III" Alt lUllllill..
lteeeiviut; lay for tho Kiloliana
Art Lvuguo exhibition resulted in
n splendid collection as to quality,
but tho quantity does not nppoar
greht for tho largo wall epace of
tho now hull in Model block. Pro
bably more workB aro yot to come,
but tho catnlogno in expectod out
on Monday. Aa tho collection.
sIhuiIh, howovnr, it will furnish,
material for plonsint oonterap'a
tion nil tho tinio of tho oxlribitiou.
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