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THE EVFNING BVLUTJN: HONOLULU, 11. 1., MAY 23. 181)9.
f jbtlh4 Every Dy, except SunJy, nt no Klnc
ttiect, Honolulu, II, 1,, by Iht
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINC.TON Fdltor
DANIEL LCXSAN Cltr Editor
TUESDAY, MAY 28, 189
Admiral Dewvy id ii pretty good
fellow, but it will take tho western
Stoles n long while to got over his
decision to go horao by wny of
Hoar Adtnirnl Watfxiu U bravo
in raoro wnyu than om. It is not
everyone who would linvo tho
cotimce to tuoklo tho ttek of fill
ing Dawey'a bIioob
Mnrshnl JJrowii'a new 6troot
order hns not been comlucivo to n
populnr appreciation of the
amount of common sense pju
Br68od by tlm uol'cn putrol.
France lias demanded from
China ttu inlemnity of 1,200,000
taels for injury done n French
missionary. Tho nuti-tniesiouHry
pople of tho world will donlitlees
quote this as nu instance that mis
Biotmies are always out fur
Mr. Grant of Ililo loturninp
from a short trip to Washington
informs the publiu that Hawaii
will bo a ctlouy and Mr. Swall
governor. This is rapid political
trausit with a vengrenco. Any
man who after a few days in
Washington can "call tho turn"
on the futuro with such nssurnure
is worthy a position in the Hawai
Aguiualdo is defeated, he is on
the run, his forces are disintegrat
ed and ppaco seems near. Such
are the reports from the Philip,
pines but still the fighting contin
ues aud more troops are to be.
forwardo'l to tho aruhipelaco to
take the placo of tho volunteers
who arc to be withdrawn. The best
thine the Americau people ciu do
is to BOtll-j down to the fuct that
the end of the rebellion is not in
eiht this B"ann.
HIIIT1NII OPPlCKItS AHItHHTI'.l).
Prrtorin, Transvaal Republic,
May 1G. The arrest at Johannes
burg early this morning of soven
alleged former British oflicert
named NicholN, Patt-rson, Trem
lott, Ellis, Fro;88, Hooper and
Mitchell, ou the charge of high
treason, has caused intense ex
Tho prisoners wore brought to
Pretoria by special train. After
ihoy had been lo.lged in jail they
rore visited ly tho British diplo
matic egont here.
Th arreuls wore effected by n
detective who joined tho move
ment which it is asserted, was for
the purp me of enrolling men in
order to 01U8O an outbreak of
Incriminating documents were
found on the prisoners and it is
expected that further arrests will
Teilnla Hlnalea Cliialng.
There now remain but four
players in the men's Hiuulcsiu the
tennis tournament. Tln-to aro the
winners in the contests of yester
day. By this afternoon's contests
will bo d'-cided the two who aio t.
play for the championship iu
eiuglcB tomorrow. The winners
yesterdav afternoon wero as fol
lows: F 0 Atheitun from A
Wiiterhouso. 0 1.7 5; Ohai Els
ton from Geo Watorhouse, 0 2,
(i 4; E U Ailnm-i fr un S U Wilder,
C 4, C-(; C 11 Co. ko from D
Howard Hitchcock, 8 G, 3. This
afternoon's match' b ou the courts
of the Pacitiu Tenuis club will ba
as follows: Fiauk Atherton vs C
H Cooke at 4 p 111 and E 11 Adams
vaOll Eleton at fi p ni.
m m m
Had lluil U'eHllior.
The bark Diamonil Hrad from
this port did not atrive in San
Francisco nut'l the nfiemoon ol
the loth inst It tnnlc her junt
05 days to make the trip. HI10
would have leuuliLil San FiuuUbCO
in the (ivcrnge length of time, but
for tho fact that, during the laM
nine diyp, she encountered a suc
cession of heavy norlhwesteilj
gales which retauled considerably
' the progrees of tho vtssel.
FOR THE NEW BATTLESHIPS
New JTirk, Mny 1G A special
lo the Herald from Washington
says: XSaval nthciala have every
ruiisnu to believe that tho Carne
gie Steel Company and the Beth
lehem Iron Coin puny will not be
tun ou'y bidders for contracts for
armor tor armored vessels under
construction and authorized. The
Midvale Steel Co. Iihb sunt ono nf
its oflieials to Euglaud to look in
to the subject of armor plate man
ufacture and will probably submit
Capt. A. S. Darker, who will
temporarily command tho Asiatic
station will, whon relieved by
Admiral Watson, return home by
mail steamer. The Boston will
come home under the command of
Capt. W. H. Whiting.
The battleship Konrarga is
ninety pi reeut completed aud the
Kentucky 88 p.'reout. It is un
dertond thrao vessels will bu
turned over to tho Government
about January 1st. The battle,
hip Alibaran is 82 percent, Hie
Illinois do percent and the Win
consiu G7 percent completed.
OKNISItAL NICW.S NOTICS.
Wnshinaton, May 8. Brigadier
General Bates, under orders to
report to General Otis for duty in
tho Philippines, left here this uf
ternoou for San Frnnciuco.
Chicago, May 8 Genoral T. M.
Anderson, recently assigned to
Chicago as commander of tho De
partment of the Lakes, arrived to
day from Sin Francisco.
Jix Governor Boswell P. Flower
of New York, is dond.
C. S. Bradford, formerly in Ho
nolulu, id now in Ssn Francisco
just returned from Mauilu. Ho
nays that tho Gorman Prineo Lud-
vvig vwii Lowunstom was sh.it bv
tho Oregon troops, being regard
ed ns a epy.
Charleston, 8.0 , May 15. The
cruit-ur HuleiL'li, (Japtain Couli
In tt, sailed at noon today for Ports
mouth, where she goes out of
onitiiiasioti. She will be thor
oughly overhauled and romodel-
London, May 1G. Special dis
patches fiom Viounn pay it is re
ported the.ro that Count
the former Prime Minister of
Autrin, recently tried to commit
suiuide on nccount of losses sus
tui tied on tho race conrso.
New York, May 16. Columbia
University will give the honorary
degtou of LL D. to Carl Sohurz,
on commencement day. Ho has
already received this degreo from
Harvard University and from the
University of Missouri.
New York, May 16. Howard
F. Spraguo, an artist whose pic
tures of marino and naval life in
a monthly magazine have attracted
considerable attention, died sud
denly in this city of consumption,
aged 30 years.
WKnK CONTItACT LADOIIITIS.
San Francisco, May 12. The
special board of inquiry met iu
Commissioner North's office yes
terday morning to consider the
case of ten Filipino immigrantx of
nolli soxos on tuoir wny to New
York to tako part in the represen
tation of a Pliilipnine villaeo as
actors. It appeared from the state-
meuts made hy the applicants th'it
tnry unci been engaged in their
native country aB cooks and ser
vants, but that they had occasion
ally dung Sp'iuish songi between
cigarette whiffs at cockfights re
ceiving cigars and driuka us their
As they produced no evidence
to show that they had ever been
pelted with rotlon egus the board
of inciuiiy was unauimously of the
opiniou that they were not oven
suido actors, and decided that thev
weie contract laborors and there
fore not entitled to land.
On the day the Oily of Poking
left San Francisco, the Filipiuos
were lauded and sout into quar
antine along with the Chiueeo and
Japanese, ppnding a decision iu
tho matter Irom Washiugtou.
New 8cliuinvr L'unchril.
The schooner Robert 11 Hind
was launched on Ilia 13th from
Uay & Wright's shipyard, Alamo
da. The Hind wns built for Hind,
Hulph ic Co of San FrancUco
She has four musts nnd Iihb the
same Hues as the sohonner Muriel
that has been running to those
islaudd for some time past.
T. F. Lansing of Gear, Lansing
Si Co. left in tho Kinuu to have, a
look ovor the firm's recent pur
fliiHse 'lin Young Hro ranch ou
Maui. Mr. Lansing will bo ab
EOut about ton days.
To-ihiy's Honolulu Stock
MAMI!;TOCkl Capital ISh'r' Capllal
C. Brewer & Co$i,oos,ooc(to,ooof i.ooo.ooc'
Am Sue K.O.AS' T50.00015.00Q
AmSuCo.p'd up! tco.aual
Ewa Plant'n Co 1,000,00010,000
Hamoa Plan Cot 175.000! t,?$o
llaw'n Aer. Co 1,000,000 to,ouo
Maw n bug v.oj s.ooo.ooqeo.oou
Honomu Su Co soo,ooo( 3,000
Honokaa S Co t.ooo.ooo 10,000
KonaSCo pi up
Alaunalel SC A
" " pd up
Onomea Su Co
f ,400,000 94,000
j, 500.000 i;e, coo
Pacific Su Mill
Pala Plant'n Co
Pe pe e ken Su Co
Pioneer Mill Co1
" " (pd up)
Walluku Su Co
.VllJer S S Co
Intcr-ls S N Co
1,000,OOU tO OOO 1,000,000
Mutual Tele Co
Haw n Hec Co
" p'd up
9,000 1 90
Haw Gov.6per c
The well known character in
Whittior's poem, would nover have
been known (o fame if she had not
been "out in the meadow raking
hay." History is lorever repeat
ing itself and it is possible that
in some of tho Hawaiian poems,
to come, there will be a word
painting of an Hawaiian Maud
Muller, "lithe of form,, with smil
ing faco," the ceutral figuro of
one of Honolulu's residence lawns
with hat thrown carelessly baok,
the heroine properly posed and
resting upon the California Clip
per lavvn mower sold only by the
Pacifio Cvcle & Mfg. Co. on Fort
stieet. Tho carefully kept lawn,
like a carpet of verdure spread, is
always a fitting frame to a loved
home anil indicates both taste and
imlnntrv. Th llnliFnrtiin ("Jlmrinr
i lawn mower is strongly builf,
I. ' " . .' . .;l-,-
easily ruo aud sold cheaply. It
is like the electric bell to this ex
tent that it has no pull, but it gets
(hero "all tho tame," by push; aud
the more it is pushed, the mower
it works, although ono may not bo
tho mower, but the California
Mirrmwn Aaln Arrratrd.
E. A. Shormau whoso case was
nolle pros'd in tho police court
yesterday morning, was again or
rested by Deputy Marshal Ohil
lingw..rth this morning. Shsrman
was caught on a streot cir. The
charge against him is vagrancy
by obtaining money under false
pretenses. Three ollicora wero on
the watch for Sherman at tho
China last night. After tho ar
rest this morning, ho was allowed
to go out iu the custody of an offi
cer to look np bail in the amount
Experience is the only
thorough teacher. In photo
graphing particularly, you will
find that conditions in Hawaii
are not the same as elsewhere.
We have an experienced man
to handle kodak developing
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
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,,
Hats and Caps !
There's nothing lacking to make the
We have just receiveJ a fine line of
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S SUITS,
better than custom maJe, which we are
selling from 5i6 to 52;.
OUR BOYS SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from $3 to
?5, will surprise you.
OUR GOLF AND NEGLIGEE
SHIRTS are chejper 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 Rubles Geo. Macdonald.
David Harum (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Thos. Nelson. Page.
McTe.igue Frank Norrls.
The Span o' Life.
Without Dogma Slenklewlcz.
"I he Deluge Slenklewlcz.
Mine Own People Kipling.
Jack Curzon Gunter.
Phroso Anthony Hope.
Magdalene's Fortunes Helmburg.
VIcomte De Puyjoll Jules Clarette.
Joan the Curate Florence Warden.
Peter the Priest Jokai.
The Procession of Life Vacheil.
The Real Lady Hilda-Croker.
The Sisters of TorwooJ May Agnes
Rolls of Ncrmandv Svlvanus Cobb. .lr.
Richard Uruce 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 buvlnc vour classes
look at our fine line of decorated
cottage sets for six persons 56
pieces for $7.90.
Best quality plated tea spoons
$2.85 per dozen.
Fine nickel reading lamps2 each.
Then inspect our bargain tables,
where you will find many useful
articles at prices that will astonish
Von Holt Block, King street.
eerAgcnts, Gurney Cleanabie Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
AttheN.G, II, Armory, on
Wednesday Evening Next,
JVhiy 24, 1890.
4T3-.SM proceeds for the benefit ol the
IILNF.VOLIN1 SUCH IY.
blnirle llckolv $151, double (ldy and pentleman),
Si, May be obtained Irom the Committee, or at tlm
m victoria's Birlliikj
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers.
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMTimlr
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clarlphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belting is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be tht best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Keichefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
Is carried. ,
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWhRS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
JL a DletiS --jwbwssrk??
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
A Society Event!
HOYT and McKEE'S
MR. HARRY CONOR,
WILL PRESENT ON
TUESDAY. May -To be dtcMei liter.
Salllne Mty 34 on the Moana for Australia.
This nr?anliatlnn numbers nineteen personi, and
Is positively the most oipmilvc anJ talented that has
ever come to Honolulu.
-Stat sale at Wall, Nichols Co.'s Saturday
Election o? Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., held May
18th, 1S99, the following Officers and
Directors were elected :
J. M. McChesney, President.
J. L. Coerper, 1st Vice-President.
Wv W. Hall, 2nd Vice-President.
F. W. AlcChesney, Treasurer.
E. O. White, Secretary.
J. S. Walker, Auditor.
A. F. Cooke, Director,
E. O. WHITE,
Ww Sec'v Knna Sugar Co., Ltd.
Subscribers to the stock of the Honolulu
Rapid Transit and Land Company, who
have not received their certificates, will
please call at the Company's office, 411
Fort street (up stairs) and receive the same.
Honolulu, 23 May, 1899.
J. A. GILMAN,
Late ol San Tranclsco, has opened
Second door. OHPIIEUM RLOCK'. Thrnucli lone
experience and constant atienlance lo wurk ol Iht
Cuasl Mis W01I his acquired the art nt perleri
htilnc, and also clvlne lull satisfaction In ih. Iji.i
212 King street, noxt to llio Arlington.
CHAS. S. DESKY PROPRIETOR
LP. POST MANAGER
Serpentine Dancer, as the GODDESS PELE.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Dailtone and Comedian.
General Admission, nf, and toe.
last six rows lor Children under u years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs, 50c.
Seats can be booked by ringing up Telephone 54a.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the subscription list of the M'BRYDE
SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED, will be
open at the office of F. W. Macfarlane,
Esq., No. 402 Judd Building, fourth floor,
ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY, May
26th and 27th next, between the hours of
9 a. m. and 5 p. m. of each day.
A deposit of ten per cent of t!' par
value of the stock subscribed for , ill bs
required, In cash or certified check, t tin
time the subscription Is made.
If the subscriptions are In excess; if the,
amount of available stock, such sto ! will
be assigned pro rata to the subscribers,
and the balance of cash on deposit, after I
applying the first assessment of ten per
cent on the shares allotted, will be returned
when the certificates are Issued, less the
amount recovered for revenue stamps.
A temporary receipt will be given for the
cash deposited until the Issue of the cer-
tlficates, which will be Immediately after
the allotment is made, and of which due
notice will be given.
B. P, DILLINGMAM,
-;t ' and modern fashion.