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W. R. TARRINOTON Editor
BANIEL LCXiAN City Editor
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if Paj able InvarlaMv In advance.
Post Omen liox 718
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1S99.
Cr.;;tr.i:i I3?r;j2i' sb""ili! i.o. for
get tlint tlio now national war-time
nnthom ia "TIi-tu'11 13 a Uot
Look out for bull-Mo RGiiMeruiMi
of tho National Gunnl. "J .i'ln't
know it wan louled" doosu't go in
n sliiun biittli-
If tl'o Hawaiian Government
ehoul'i ie uck-'C wh- tut a juih
could l)j riil(lrn iuto n public
building, would tho reply bo '"ItV
Mouoy ia tinlit RReiu, but tlioro
is somo sat is fan: I ion iu the fact
that thu steaniorB from tho Const
aro Bteadily bringing more ciitsidb
funds for ivpnlniprt.
Kautz linb written lottorn and
Oogblnn Iwh ramie foolish speches.
Thouii. lliiiij'tLr.-niTi r..u 'v.- to
cap tho climax is for Proaidont
McKiuloy to ridodoivu tho ciipitol
Btep9 on a bicycle cr on borso
As to holding tho September
elections, tho Hawaiian Govern
ment cays "It i the law." When
changing tho wording of tho oath,
tho Ilnwaiiati Government says,
"ll ij oar i.i'T Mvi. c.p 4,ir
law." Tho Gooruuip't dons not
causidertho wnnteot public uionny
in an election worthy tho trouble
of tcriouo diseu'.-i"'j.
If there in a bt-ttr exam "Iu of
Godkiuism to be found than is
exprossed in th policy of the otli
chl organ of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment tonuui tu.; Aiu-mIi'iiu ad
ministration, it has yt to be made
npparout. Tho ol'icial organ stands
"pat" with Godkiu aud cbo duell
ing Post on tho question of expan
sion, aod the local Government's
policy since uuuoxutiou has found
its support in the United States
only from tho Evoning Post and
tho Boston Transcript.
WAHl'AKX rOU MILITIA.
While nothing but benefit will
be derived by Urn National Guard
at its encampment at tlw. lirruoud
Grovp, we havo in this outing of
onr Iccil rnMit' i:n efirrp'e rf
why, when called into actual war
fare, tho men of me Stmt) miiiii-is
fail"d to come up to mark iu cam
As our militia sp"nds a day or
two in oamp an tho mi'itry or-gafiiz-dhiub
uf ihu tjcial Sca.ub
held their jvurly gtthoriou's of
abort i wek' duration Vry
few ollicoro and men entered into
tho woik witn tho Huiiounuei9 that
is found to b uecfMHtry iu actuil
campaign life. Tue axpuuouoe
gained iu the routine ut anils,
gunrd duty an 1 evolutions iu the
field iu obniu bti'.tloj id valuable.
Tho Gtudy of the u.dioil of tho
Boldior is frirly ootiipit'io, but
practically no educition is givon
in the euro of tho soldier. The
mou look very mauli ft -t thru-
solveB, If tho rutioii auppliod b)
tho iiuthontifu fur tho muster is
not up to the tuitej of tLu a,u,
tio pie wagon or tho ro tun rant it
liaiidy. If a noldier happous to
gut laid up with a rHomaoli noli o
no part.uuinr noliea is tain ti uf it.
Tlioro i no Bi-i'iou- wotlt nj lim'
and over ludiilKnnca or J.tii:iii.
lion on tho part of n low unit iH
not a mutter partiuulitr mumuut.
JU'tetiiif rn' -h in thu snail t ir u
of hi oi'iipaiii uit jj i n m it '
lit 'iition hi'uttum) tlia ni'Jii ui'ti out
only for a short time and there is
rn pirt'cv'T npca'sity for it.
Tho last war pointed out with
marked prominouco tho absoluto
nocoHsity for a chauuo in tho
methods of handling our State
mililia to proporly fit tho reserve
military power of the nation for
tho demands made by war. Troops
must bo mobilized iu larger bodies,
the murches longer, the annual
muster cover a lougor period
and more attention givon to
prompt transportation aud better
discipline of tho soldier.
There are no objections to bo
made to tho assembling of our
local troops at Keinond Grovo. It
is no excellout experience for the
men of the Guard. It is to bo
hoped, however, that in following
ytars the local aud national up
propriations will be sulliciont to
allow a camping trip of at least
ten days which will include a
march about the island, a cam
paigu that will bo n closer ap
proach to au oxpariouco in the
actual demands of war.
i'ounda nox ,o r ki.vuahm:.
Vr, Mor.V or Unit of Knlulanl Pro
liulily n l-'xbrlcalln.
A icceut prrss diepatch
from Now York says:
"Kuhuo BoverKlgo, tho sculpt
ress, will probably bo asked by
llio Uauaiian Club of Honolulu
to mold a bust of the late Princess
Kaiulaui. Tho club consists of
wealthy Uatived, who nlua8 bo
lieved that the Princess would
somo day be their Queen. It is
because of hr well known effeo
tiuu for Amoricu that an Amori
can Bcnlptiess is to bo asked to
itiit'no tlit) bubl, which la to be
placed in the old palaco, aud will
bo of hitroic size.
"Tho sculptress is to givo free
rein to her imagination as to poso,
but the loveliness of Kaiulaui's
profilo offers an obvious sugges
ts n. P'a?ir diapery is to linug
from tho shoulders."
Inquny iu several quarters
moat likely to havo information on
tho Eubject here fails to fiud auy
foundation for this story. Pro
bably it is a "llyer" put out by
friends of tho artist named to put
her forward for any possible com-
potition for fauoh a work as that
Hunt, from .l"ituu
This morning, Duvid Houghs
of tho Government nursery and
Prof.Kosbelo went down to tho Ap
praiser's office at tho Custom
House for the purpose of examin
ing a box of plants that came from
Japau iu the Gaelic a few days
ago. It was found that there
wero no insects in the box aud tlo
plants wero allowed to pass. Iu
the lot aro nuito a number of tho
Japanese azaleas in bloom, some
rspuir trcea asd a number of
No Jlo'llnif Yr.terdiiy.
A mooting of tho Hospital
Flower Mission was called for
ycaterday morning but there wtB
not n quorum present. There
must bo n nioetinc called before
next Thursday to decido about
tho mutter of tho associated chan
ties. Tho Flower Mission had
some vory important matters to
dincuLa yfefl'er.loy and tho ladies
ivlio wero present wero vory much
disappointed that tho other mom
ber? did not turn up.
After trying to clear up, tho
wuthor is showery and raw- this
Minn, tho 18 months old son of
Captain K. K. Lilikalani, died
Lho Soluce that sailo.1 for Sr.n
Frauoisco yesterday afternoon,
took n thoiiBtuul letters.
A. A. Montano is not goiug to
givo up his dairy huaiuoss on
louving tor boutli Amorioa.
Possibly the Hawaii railway
hearing moy bo postpoufd from
Monday, if W. 0. Smitli ib tlotuiu
ed by court business.
Tho Carinartht'iiHliiio took a
small mail for San Frnuaisun this
noon. Sho will roach San Fran
oiROo about tho samo limo as tho
China or porlmpq a day boforo.
Tho minimi mooting of (ho 11a
waiian iMiuHlnn Cliildren'ri Socio
ty will bo hold at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. A 1 Cooke this ovouing
at 7 In o'clock. Kvttry inoinbor is
nxp n to b.' pMtinit ai niatlois
of iiuportiuico wall bo taliou up.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAMP STOCK1 Capital ShVi Capital
r"Afl,b:lul-KAutho,edlssu,J Paid Ur
C. Drewer& CoSt.ooj.oocJto.ooofi.ooo.ooal
Ewa Plant'n Co
Hamoa Plan Co
Haw'n Akt. Co;
Hawn Sue Co
Honomu Su Co
Honokaa S Co.
t, 500.000 10,000
Klpahulu Su Co
Maunalel SC A
" ' Jd Up
OahuS Co. .
Onnmpn Su C.n
Pacific Su Mlll
Pepeeken Su Co
Pioneer .Mill Co,
" " cJur)
wanuku au -o
Wilder S S Co
Inter-Is SN Co
Haw n Llec Co.
Mutual Tele Co
900, OOf 9.DIC
" " o'd up
300 OoUl.i, 9it: 78 American Sucar, paid up, 151;
30 American sugar, pau up, isii, 13 American
Sugar, pild up io, 16 Olowalu, 150; 40 Wilder S. S.
Ct't, ioi'i. ToOalm, 295; 10 Oanu, 295; 40 Ookala,
Stock TiiiiSactions for
Week Bnclhi Mny 6.
NAME OF STOCK'.
Am. Sugar Co, As
25 107 'A
KJ7 1 52) i
Ewa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Agrlcul. Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honokaa Sugar Co
Maimalel SucarCo.. As
50 ' 18
Oahu Sugar Co
Ookala Su. Plant'n Co
555 I 23
Walalua Agr.Co, Assa.
Waialua Agr.Co,pM up
wuuerb. s. co
Mutual Telephone Co
Haw Gov 0 p c bonds. S2000 102
The Ilotncs of Honolulu
Have been criticised most favorably by
the manv visitors to this mid-Pacific capi
tal and whose attention was attracted by
the manner In which the spacious grounds,
which surround most of them, were at
tended to and kept in order. The beauti
ful lawns which the greater number of
houses have are alwavs subjects of favorable
comment and a tangled mass of grass and
weeds is sure to provoke scathing criticism
of the slovenly character of the owner. It
is wonderful what a revolution In the ap
pearance of an illy-Kept lawn may be ef
fected by the Introdution of a lawn mower.
And a lawn-mower Is a necessary adjunct
in the list of agricultural Implements of
every well-regulated family. 1-or strength,
ease in manipulation and price, the Cali
fornia Clipper Lawn-mower is a prize
winner ana Is sold only iy tne t'acinc
Cycle and AUg. Co.. Elilers Block, Fort
There are? lawn-mowers and awn-mow
ers but you may obtain a Clipper and still
nave change out 01 a S5 Din.
Tlioro will bo no band concerts
at Em uiu squnro this nftcruoon or
n Mnkeo IhIhmI tomorrow nftor-
uoon. The bund will uccompnuy
tho First Hogiraent to llmnnd
Grovo uu'l will be with tho soldier
hoys durinc both thcao dnys.
There i- 110 doubt that the prb
uenco of the bnud nt tho oucnmp-
tneut will ouliveu thiuus to a threat
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closlim out odd lots nt speanl
prices regardless of tho ndvance In
ait Hardware Co,, LtiL,
Hats and Caps !
There's nothing lacking to make the
We have just received a tine line of
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S SUITS,
better than custom made, which we are
selling from $16 to $25.
OUK BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUK CHILDREN'S SUITS, from. $3 to
$5, will surprise you.
OUR GOLF AND NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS are cheaper than ever offered be
fore In this city.
A fine new line of MEN'S AND BOYS'
HATS AND CAPS, which we are selling
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9-11, Hotel St.
The Drums of the Fore and Aft Kipling.
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson Ian Maclaren.
Far Above Rubies Geo. Alacdonald.
David Harum (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Tlios. Nelson Page.
McTeacue Frank Norris.
The Span o' Life.
W Ithout Dogma blenklewicz.
Tlie Deluge Sieukiewicz.
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 Normandv 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
S2.85 per dozen.
Fine nickel reading lamps $2 each.
Then inspect our bargain tables,
wiiere you will find many useful
articles at prices that will astonish
W. W, Dimond & Co,,
Von Holt Hlouk, King aired.
jSr Agents, Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Dejrult Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame OH
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., held May
iSth, 1890, the following Officers and
Directors were elected l
.1. M, McChesiiey, President,
J. I. Coerper, 1st Vice-President.
W. W, Hall, and Vice-President.
F, W. McChesney, Treasurer.
II, O. White, Secretary.
J. S, WMIUer, Auditor.
A. F Cooke, Uliector
li. O. WIIITU,
11 335-1 w Soc'y Kona Sugar Co., Ltd,
firsnTTTiiT nmiiAW1 iTmraTOTmcf -r'
The Largest Assortment oi Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed..
N. S. SACHS DEI 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 fop training.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
jr. "- Ti
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner AUikea and Queen Streets,
W. S.WITHERS, Manager.
A Society Event!
MR. HARRY CONOR,
WILL PUESENT ON
SATURDAY MATINEE, .May ao-"A Uag Raby "
SATURDAY NIGHT. My jo-"A Trip to Cli'ru
ton." MONDAY. May jj "A Stranger In New York."
TUESDAY. May J)-To be JecUeJ later.
Sailing May 94 on Hie Moana lor Australia,
This orpanifatlon numbers nineteen persons, ani
Is pusltlvely tlie most expensive anj utente-1 that lus
eer come to Honolulu.
JriTSeat sale at Wall, NUIiuls Co.'s SaUrJ.iy
Notice It hereby (jlvfn that on AU Kith, iSw,
Chun Mlnp retire as Manaurr of Hop Mini & Cu ,
anj turn 1 jl kiuierJ Mm uv lnnt'r of i Com
pJiiVi with tttll r r anj auiiio iln all ubtl
i;atluiuanJ trais4ii all luln- ut kU Company
at Alanai'tr therrol
MOP MING & CO.
Date J Honolulu Miv 18, iB-w. W'4-t
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many beintr the stattimr point.
The craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Sccmc Postal
Cards may now be had, in
Inly (liilcrent subjects, at 2?
cents per dozen.
1 10 Hotel street.
One well-broken small Mule, $75. Two
extra nice pure bred Holsteln 2o-qu.irt
milch Cows. One fine large Team. One
Cu.kh Tejin. Two clcka.it tjrlvci.
One family Horse. Two Island Saddle
Horses. And one Draft Animal.
Call and examine stock.
:HAS. S DESKY.'
I. F. POST
Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDESS PLLE.
Mi. Fpaitk Barton,
Ilarltone anj Comidlan
At 2:30 p. in. To-tliiy :
Fain Hl3Mati nee!
CJeseul AJmlwIon, ac. nl 50c.
Ut sin rows (or ChlUrtn unit r 11 yean, ioc,
VesenvJ Chairs, joe.
Seats can Ih bool.nl by rlngln; up Teltphore, j,,
To .Refreshment Caterers, ,
Tenders are Invited for the (cold)
Stinper at the Queen Victoria Hlrthd.iy
Hull .it the Am ory on Wednesday even'
Iiik ne.t, the 24th Instant lllds (nccmic
panled with details ot diameter of sup
plies) should be made on so much 11 he;id
on tUheti t.iUen at tlm door, or in a lump
sum per loogue&ts, with 600 Ruests (at
least, Kiiaranteedl, shtmld lie presented nt
tlie meetlllK ot the I'ullllllltti'O to he held
at the W.iverlcy Club coiiimlttee room on
Saturday evenfi s nest. Turther Inform
atliiu in. is Iu- (ihi.iluf J ft 1 tm
WM. UOHACIs WUKilll,
Tel.aii. P. U. Hois 670. '"ujj