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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 18, 1899.
t ibltsned Every Day, except Sunday, at tie King
Itreet, Honolulu, H. I., bv the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.FABMINGTON Edlto
DANIEL LOOAN City Edltoi
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899.
Hum will haw lo divide liouor
with opium nn thj root of all evil.
ia snlpo'ing representative! men
D9 well as n representative exhibit
t) eond to tlm Omriht exhihitiuu.
Littlo drops of wntrr are nil
right, but whoti thiy are uetl to
create power for 8Ur plnntutiouB
the people have ti better npprccin
of their value.
Query Does ihu Htiwaiintiii
Government lieli- ve thut an opin
ion from tboTit'iijury doptvrt.nent
covera matters which nro undei
tho direction of tho Statu depart
Agui'inhln's pinp"rtera in Ha
waii do not like the idea of the
Nntiotml Guard indulging in a
Bhnui battle. It is now in order
for tho "poaeo societies" to mako
war on Hip Nr.tional Onard.
Wipo the New Jorsoy corpora
tion laws olf the books and the
Trusts would have n hard show.
Yet nnv intorferonco bv Federal
nuthoritieH would immediately be
jumped on by tno auti-trust poli
ticians. Strsnpe things these
Amoriunu voluntoora lo tho
cause of xVgniualdo should not
forgot to coudomn Oapt. Taussig
for running Hie BeuuiugtoJ
agrouud on a shnul that was not
on tho chart. Moro imperialism,
more latid grabbing as a result of
thu Spanish wnr.
In conEi'ilc-rlng tho people's in
terests relative to the September
elections, it is of course oaaior for
tho Government to drag along in
a "devil may car" way. This
govornmeut has been noted for
not doing today what can bo put
o.T till tomorrow.
Tho Montreal Wituess says the
reasou why Aiueiiutu officers talk
bo much about their busiuoss it
that Americans aro uowat ompiro
building. It is not so much the
fault of tho oflicerB as of thoir fool
friends who don't know enough
to keep private letters to thom
6elves. Tlo Hatvaiiau Government
thought it of grot importance to
obtain' an authoritative opinion
from anitional oltiiii.il relative to
immigration. Secretary Gage's
reply was not givaa to the pa blio
but it was olf-reJ to certain mem
bers of the Planters Asioaintion,
who are not members of the Gov
ernment, for perusal. The Govern
ninut is on reoord as regarding its
instrujtious alTaoting immigrants
115 a personal affair. A question
in which each and every taxpayor
of Hawaii h direjlly k'tocistol io
a matter which this government
places ao not worthy of serious
1IANUIIOOK OP HAWAII.
Tho "Handbook of Informa
tion" isHUfd by tho Department of
Foreign Affairs may well bo
elapsed as the best nod most cotn
'pleto publication of tho kind that
has over been sent out from this
country. Tho facts aud Dgures
concerning tho bus'noss of tho
country, its people aud publio in
stitutions ve condensed in n easy
roadablo form, that will particu
larly appeal to tho buny business
nnn and is also complete inform
ation for tho touribt. Tho text of
tho book is the work of Daniel
Logan, a membor of tho Bulle
TIN staff and tho best descriptive
writer of tho islands. In prepar
ing this Mr. Lotjnn haB boon ex
act in dotail and conservative in
the generalities, and suggestions
tj prospective settlers, In gon
cral make-up tho book is first
clnss iu every rospect. Tho illus
trations as a rule aro well solrct-
ed and aitistio iu grouping. Tho
ouly criticism that can be offered
id iu tho selection of Hawaiian
typoF. A galaxy of Hawaiian
women iu huln dross can hardly
be said to bo typical of tho Ha
waiians of the present day.
AIIIIAHAM FKItNANDKZ. MANAGnil.
Nor limit of iiaimltnii Ilitrilwnro Co.
Clloien Lint MkIiI.
At a mooting of tho Board of
Directors of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. last night Abraham Fer
nandez was olectcd manager of tho
company to succeed L M. Vetlo
8f?u, resigned. Mr. ForntnuUz has
been in the employ of the Hawai
ian Hardware Co. for about n
year. Previous to that ho served
fifteen years with E. O. Hnll &
fcion, Limited. During Mr. For
utibdez pxporiouce ns a hardware'
man he has always been counted
a most able and reliablo business
man. His 'record as nn employe
of li. 0. Hail fc toon, Limited, is
above reproaob. Mr. Fernandez
eutored upon bis new duties to
It is learned from a reliablo
source that' will bo a raeotinc of
tho stockholders of the Hawaiian
Uardwaro Co. on tho 29th inst. to
decidrt whqther or no thoro shall
be a consolidation with tho Paoifio
Elurdwaro Co. This matter bos
been on tho tapis for a long time
and was to have been decided at
tho beginning of this month, but
Mr. E. 0. Damon has bought
the beautiful place on Thurston
Avenue owed by W. J. Lowrie.
Public Lands Notice.
On June 22nd, 1899, at to a. m., at office
of B. D. Baldwin, Hllo, Hawaii, will be
sold at Auction, on special conditions of
payments and Improvements :
Kahului, Hllo, Lot 13, area 10.65 acres.
Upset price, $1 17.90..
Kaohe, Puna, Lot 13, area 89.42 acres.
Upset price, 5447.15-
Further particulars may be had at office
of E. D. Baldwin, Hllo, or at Public Lands
May 17, 1899.
i224-3t Agent of Public Lands.
Board of Immigration.
That where the reports of the Inspector
of Immigration are unfavorable as to the
sanitary condition of laborers' quarters or
are unfavorable as to the treatment of the
laborers, copies thereof shall be furnished
to the Agents of the Plantations, with a
notice to them that further applications for
labor immigration permits will not be con
sidered until such matters a'e corrected to
the satisfaction of the Board of Immigra
tion and the Cabinet.
S. M. DAMON, .
Minister of the Interior ad Interim arid
President Board of Immigration.
Honolulu, May 1 S, 1899- i224Mt
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, 1
Honolulu, H. I., May :7th, 1899.
Holders of Hawaiian Government Bonds
of the following dates and denominations,
are hereb notified that on and after ma
turity of the next coupon, Interest will
The principal of said bonds will be paid
on presentation at the next due date of the
Bond No 41, dated December 11, 1890,
$ 1, 000.
Bond No. 42, dated December 11,1890,
Bond No, 43, dated December 11,1890,
Bond No. 44, dated December 11,1890,
Bond No. 4;, dated December 11, 1890,
Bond No. 40, dated December 11, 1890,
Bond No. 47, dated December 11, 1890,
Bond No. 48, dated December 11,1890,
Bond No. 49, dated December 11, 1890,
Bond No. 50, dated December 11,1890,
Bond No. 51, dated Detember 11, 1890,
i 1 ,000.
Bond No.'52, dated December 11,1890,
S. M. DAMON,
i224-3t Minister of Finance.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCKl CjlJfhV.' Capital I I BJ AM
C. Brewer & Co$i,ooo,oocl
Am Sup'rCo.As! 7$o,ooeJ
ImCiiI A .. I, A'
Pm IM.nt'n fj
Hamoa Plan Co
Haw'n Art. Ctt
Haw'n Sur Co
Honotnu Su CtA
Honokaa S Col
KahuVu ITn Cd
" pj ur
Ktpahulu 5u Cd
Maunalel SC i
OatiuS Co. .1
Olowalu Com'yj 150,000 1.50c
Pacific Su Mill, 500,000! 5,000
Palt Plant'n Co 750,000; 7,500
repeeKeo:ui.o 750,000. 7,500
PloneefiMiU Co i.jjo.oootj.joo
WiiftluaAeCoAj 9,000,000 20,000
1 1 J 50,000
Walluku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
Inter-Is S N Co
Haw'n Llec Co.
o yTA,Tf oLto
Mutual Tele Co
" ' p'd up
Maw Gov,6per c
mo Ookla. 91: ic Haw'n Agricultural. 900: to
Oahu, 393: 10 Oahu. 995; 90 Oahu. 995; 40 Oahu, 995;
to Monomu, 4?9,
Prof. Koebfl Will Uar, Moon,
It 18 tho intention of Prof. Koo
bclo to sail soon for Sao
Fraucisco. Hit) visit to California
will do inacio solely for the pnr
poso of securing, if possible, a
parasito that will destroy the
whito cabbage buttorfly that has
increased in such tin astonishing
manner during tho past fow
Returning from California he
will make a trip to Fiji, tho homo
of tho cano-boror, whoro it is his
intention to study the habits of
this pest in order to rid tho
Islands of it.
Tho exact time of Prof. Koe
bele's departure has not beon de
cided on yet, but it will not be
very far off. It will bo necessary
for tho Buroau of Agiicultuio and
tho Planters to make a move first.
Old Fntlicp Time.
Grim and hoary, laden with hour glass
and scythe Is not one of the laborers who
assists much In the Improvement of one's
own personal appearance or In the satisfac
tory presentation, to the view of passers
by, of that neatest of all appurtenances
to a Honolulu home, viz: a well-kept
lawn. Far more useful than old times
scythe Is an up-to-date California Clipper
Lawn Mower, which the Pacific Cycle
& M'f'c Co., In the Ehler's block, have
now on sale and which Is offered to lovers
of a smooth lawn at a low price.
"bmootii as a billiard tame is tne lawn ot
Mr. So and So." How pleased the pos
sessor of such a lawn must be when he
hears that statement and knows that his
next door neighbor could have as good a
looking lawn with no more labor than a
mower, and a California Clipper is a
Notice of Contollilullon.
H. May & Co , H. E. Molntyre
& Bros, and J. T Waterhouso give
notice to thoir patrons in today'a
Bulletin that their rospectivo
firms will bo consolidated and in
corporated under the namo and
stylo of Henry May & Co., Limit
ed, on June 1, 1899. For full par
ticulars reuardiug this consolida
tion soo New Today.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE 1
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
The Drums of the Fore and At Kipling.
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson Ian Maclaren.
Far Above Rubles Geo. Macdonald.
David Harum (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Thos. Nelson Page.
McTeague Frank Norris.
The Span o' Life.
Without Dogma Sienkiewlcz.
The Deluge Sienkiewlcz.
Mine Own People Kipling.
Jack Curzon Gunter.
Phroso Anthony Hope.
Magdalene's Fortunes Helmburg.
Vlcomte De Puyjoll Jules Clarette.
Joan the Curate Florence Warden.
Peter the Priest Jokal.
The Procession of Life Vachell.
The Real Lady Hilda Croker.
The Sisters of Torwood May Agnes
Rolls of Normandy Sylvanus Cobb, Jr.
Richard Bruce Sheldon.
And many others, both In cloth and
paper bindings, at the
316 FORT STREET.
You can see this announcement
in our Ewa window.
This is a splendid sale for this
week, and every housekeeper should
take advantage of it.
When you are buying your glasses
look at our fine line of decorated
cottage sets for six persons 56
pieces for S7.90.
Best quality plated tea spoons
$2. 85 per dozen.
Fine nickel reading lamps 2 each.
Then inspect our bargain tables,
where you will find many useful
articles at prices that will astonish
V. W. Dimond & Co.,
Von Holt Block, King street.
SSTAgents, Gumey Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Woodl, New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
We are now offering Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing at the lowest prices
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 if not satisfactory.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYGllGy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
FRED J. CROSS,
CousultliiB mid Suporlntoniliui;
Kloctrn-Hydroullc Towor Transmission.
IIKI'OUTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queon &troot.
OiUco noxt to Postofflco. 1'22,'t
David Dayton has moved from 207 H to
P23, Merchant street. I2I7-2W
GENUINE TRADE WINERS
t& i i-
The Largest Assortment o? Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
One thoroughbred White
One livercolored thorough
bred Pointer, Bitch. Just the
right age for training.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS !
r ntGtt- " ' 'a'
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alakea and Queen Streets.
W. S.WITHERS, Manager.
A Society Event!
HOYT and MEE'S
MR. HARRY CONOR,
WILL PRESENT ON
THURSDAY. Alay i8-"A RaK nby."
SATURDAY MATINEE. May o-"A RaR Baby."
SATURDAY NIGHT, Miy -"A Trip to China
town." MONDAY. May n-'A Stranfier In New Yoik."
TUESDAY, May ai-To be dcclJeJ later.
Sailing May 94 on the Moana (or Australia.
This organization numbers nineteen persons, an!
Is positively the roost expensive and talented that has
ever come to Honolulu.
ffi-Seat sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s Saturday
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.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
One well-broken small Mule, 875. Two
extra nice pure bred Holsteln 2o-quart
milch Cows. One fine large Team. One
Coach Team. Two elegant Drivers.
One family Horse. Two island Saddle
Horses. And one Draft Animal.
Call and examine stock.
:has. s. desky proprietor
:.f. POST '....MANAGER
Post's New Farce,
Mm in He Dirk
Metro Soprano, ,
Mr'. Frank Barton,
Baritone ani Comedian.
General Admission, a;c. and 50c.
Last six rows for Children under 11 years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs, ;oc.
Seats can be booked by rlnglnc up Telephone 949.
At the N. Q. II, Armory, on
Wednesday Evening Next,
May 24, 1899.
u&3$ffi!i?i&itirM ol ,he nRms"
Single tUlcets, Ii.jo, double (NJy and gentleman),
$1. May be obtained Irom the Committee, or at the
Qirccn Victoria s Birthdaj