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11JE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 24, 1899.
fabtlthcJ Every Day, except Sunday, t sio King
tret, Honolulu, M I., bv the
BULLF.TIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON i EJIIor
OANIEL LOtiAN CltyEJltof
fer month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands... $ .s
Peryear " " " 8 ou
Per year, postpald.toAmerlca.Canada orMexlco.1000
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries t) oo
at Payable Invariably In advance,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890.
Whore nre oar nctivn eloctri
cinns ? llawiii U liohind tho
t'tind iu expflriuioutd vw,h wiroless
Another Filipino cupilal h
boen cnplurt'il. Aguiunldo eoenie
t: brf pructuincr for n theatrical
tour of on" n iili t dnniU
O Jin Pnil is in liin I'ltMiiPnt
ngiiti with u revolution on foot.
Try Hiinexation for rovoluliotifl
ajjjuipli-ht.'d w.th at force ot
With ihn II iwiiino Government
the question of "Why tbo St-pt-
ciuIkt clt'ctiom?" Htnnds on n rnr
Willi "Why is u crow?" "lip
A miu'ri fighting cipncity
ahould never be fjuugeil by the
hay scnloB. Bhn'ter would out
weitili RooBevolt and Funston put
If British merchants givo many
mnro steel ciutinclti to Amou'oauu
the firt thing we kuow nu -annexation
pirly will hn started in the
Annexation litis brouglit all the
co.nforti of homo, oven to tlio
noDuliiy minstrel fitroot pirndo.
Biriiuui'd cireiu id the ouly thing
The rrcoipt by Minister Dimon
of a decoration from the French
Government id u plensiiut iecoi.ui
tion of a gen Mem mi whom the
people of this territory hold in
Socretary Meikeljohn sayB that
the ChiuuHe exclusion law does not
apply to ininlir possessions, but
it does apply to Hawaii. Theio
fori Hawaii U not an insular pos
eossiou it i a territory.
Admiral Dewey ,s deeinion to go
home by way of Suez make him
liable to the chargo that ho is
afraid of b iug talked to death
And the chaticos are ten to one
that ho would plead guilty to tho
Mr. Haranlcor of Pennsylvania
who sport a beard 41 ioclns long
denies that he ever voted other
than a It publican tickpt. A6
Mr. Hiraaker his prove 1 an alibi
on Kiusas, his stitemfnt is said
to be quite generally acaapted.
The German Roiclistug is con
eidoring r. ptopnbitiiii to i ppr -priate
S.'VKi,00l) for ihuexpeimed ot
an Aut'trotio polar exp'dttinn.
Someone must pay tha b IU fir
hunting up more land for thL
nations of tho world to squabble
Brigvlipr General Funston say
that he he dojs not oiro for poli
(itul houors, but he does re
quest thtt his father be returned
t Ootigrcss. An the father is not
&3 popular as the son, the citizens
of IvntiBiis aro ivfii au opportun
Jty to provd their roil hvi for the
G-ueral and thir oufiJeuce iu
Ex-Gov rnr Boutnell ot Ma-s-Rohusetts
eays that between Agui
ivildi mid Piesidont MulCinley,
Aggis is right and tho President
is wrong. 13out-v. 11 has not foil
olio give aiy guil roi-on why
he should not be dfiilt with an n
traitor to his o inntry m tro treao! -Drons
ih 'in the Anieii-nn Bold tr
who d-'U'rtel tho tanks and j iiucd
God r?ave the Qii(n. The civi
hzed pople of tho world aro oh
ono uatiuu whon it emma to do
ing honor to tho noble ruler of
Great Britain. Dip'omatio bick
oring and nittonal feuds pato into
insiguiticanco ou a letist one day
of the year, when the people in all
climes find pleaBuro in offering
propor incognition to Queen Vic
Una whose uoncuoeut power is
shared not alone lv the Unions.
It is at leant mighty poor taste
for Hawaiian annexationists, who
maiutaiu tbnt this country wnn
not possessed by tho United Slate
by foroi of arms, to talk about
carpet luggers and make local
comparisons with conditions iu
the South nfter the war. The
Unito.l (States wns requoted to
I8911IDO control iu Hawaii and
h' American citizms will con
trol the territory on American
lines whether proseut officeholders
like it or nt
VlCTOItlAN IIALI. IGMflllT.
Tho drill shed is beautifully
decoralol for the dance iurelebrH
tion of Qaeeu Viotoria'ri biithdii)
this evening. Above tho stage i'b
a design of tho Royal nrms or
Euglaud with tbo Bhararook and
Thistle, while to the sides and at
the r-ur nro Euplish and Amoi
icau tings. Palms and otbor
plants abound on the stauo.
Along ni the biilo wiilU aro tin
llauR of various natiouB with here
and thero a touch of green, while
hanging from tho rafters it re llnua,
peuuHnts, lrtuterus and wreaths ot
Ou the left tide of tho hall is a
painting of Quoen Victoria, whil
above Ihn eutraccn is a design
with the letters V. R. and a crown
in eleutrio liuuls. Tho whole rieht
side id arranged for the comfirt
of tho lalios while tha loft side in
for tho men.
Thoso who inlond coing to the
ball tonight would do well to re
member the fallowing points:
The public ontrauco will be bo
Uocu Ihn tent and tho sL d.
Tickets will be for sale at the
a gentleman niny tiiKo moie
than oii Lilly but the committee
deoireo that he placo tho number
on his ticket. Thero will bo no
Tho door will bo opon at 8:V
o'clock Hnd tbo crnnd march at 9
Tho Government bind and the
Quintetto club will be present.
Thero will b fit torn dances. No
intermission for snpper.
i i m m
WITH IDAHO MTIUKICUH,
MT l i tt irr n -'
iriidiiingion, iuuy 11. ocre
tary Alger has rccemd tho follow
ing tt'hgiam from General Merri
am in explanation of the sitiintion
iu tho Couerd'Alene country:
'MVaiduer, Idaho, Msy IC
Adjutant General, Wiuhinglon.
The Governor of Idaho haft care
fully reviowrd the situation hern
and deems it neoeseary to place
troops ut Burko and Miillan to
avoid diBordir. I rrnu'rt two
trm ps of cavalry, ft-lrring to
the pp'Bs cri icitins I have made
no order. My action is limite
strictly to lh suppoit of the f.ato
autuoriUfs. lit nro ar 3 U prison
ers still in custody under investi
Lmiclilitir of dm flnninirU.
Loodou, May 17. Sir TU irai8
Lipton, Hie Associated Press is
iuliruied bus limited to fifteen the
number of gnents to be pr B'ut at
the lnuuching of the A morion's
eup chilleueer Shaiurook. TIjh
dale of tho launah will not be
made public. The Princo of
Wales aud the Duke of Snxe-Co
burg and Gotha will Unv a prj.
vate view of the yiimnrouk about
Pin J or MHixtiHml Arrlvfi.
Jibniibt, East Uimdt of Africa,
May 17.Mtjor Marchaud, tho
b'rauch exploier, wh had jut
oroBBfd Afnoa from the Atlantin
0 tasl, has inrived ht'ro. The iu
Hignia of Gomuiiunler of the Le.
giou of Ho tor has handed to him
ou board the French ni'oui)d.cltH
itrnifier d'Asbiis without any ceto
mony worth pntinir
Siifiir Pint Iter.
Now York. Mmv 17. Sunar
IUw, linn; lair r- tiniiii.'. 4 l-8o :
pentrifui-nl 97 lest, C8a; mollis
K03 m ear, -lo. It lineil. firm:
(rmlii d fi 7 8 .: powdered, b.
granulated, C USc.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
M U W N I N U H li ! M 1 O N.
NAMP STorKt Caphil Sh'r' Cirltal
C Drewer& Coli.oo 3,000! io,ooo'fi,fx,oool
Am bup rCo.Ati 750.000'!)
Ambuuo.p d up ?50,ooaj 7S0.000
Ewa PUnt'n Co t ,000,000 to.ooo
Haw'n Agr. Co
Haw'n Suit Co
1, 000,000 to.ouo
Honomu Su Co
HonnkiA S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
KonaSCo nj up
Maunalel SC A
M ' pJ up
1500,000 o 000
1,500,00a jo.oco 1,500,000
1 00,0001 1,1
Onomea Su Co
Lhikaiai' nut coo.odo .
" ' pJup 9,)oo,ooui,oo
Olowalu Cnm'y isg,ou i,jo
Paauhiu S POr 5.000,100100,00
Pacific SU Mill! 500,000! 4,ono 500000
IWll t AA rvwl if IVtfl mi
rata riant n (. 750,0007500 750,000
"epeekeoSuCo 750000' 7,?ooJ 750,000
rioneeruin t-o 9,000,00090000 9,coo,orx
waia'uaAgoA a 000,000 10,000
" M (pJup)1 t,5oo,ooi5,coo
Walluku Su Coj
VilJrr S Cu
Haw n kite Co
Mutual Tele Co
n a up
Haw (iov.6per c
Oahu Ry&L (
. O1I111. 9ot. tc Alaun-ilet oit .o Olja. 9: toWala
tua I'aM up, i8iti; 10 Walatua I'alJ tip, i8?'4s to
w.iiaiua rata up, tejw; to waiaiua imij up, tH?j:
10 Wnlalua I'Jll 111.. iSi'A: to Klhel. ic. la klhel. it.
SoKfiel, i: toOlaa, ,, toa Ookala, a,.
nu Ai-iLKiMuun aLssiun iuuat.
The well known character in
Whittier's poem, would never have
been known to fame if she hod not
beon "ont in the meadow raking
hay." Hiatory is loiever repent
ing iUelf and it is possible that
iu (tome of tho Huwuiiuu poems,
to come, there will be a word
painting of an Hawaiian Maud
,I tiller, "lithp of form, with smil
ing face," the central figure of
one of (loiiolu'a's residence lawns
with hat thrown cireleBsly bitck,
the hproine pr iporly posed nnd
testing upon the California (Jlip
pT lawn mower fold only by the
I'acilic Uvcle As Mrn. rjo. ou tort
street fho carefully kept lawn,
like a carpi t of verduio spread, is
alwnys a fitting frame to a loved
home nml niilicatcn both tnste aud
industry. The California Clipper
hiwn mower id strongly built,
easily run and sold cheaply. It
is liko the electric bell to this ex
tent that it had uo pull, but it gets
thero "all thornuip," by push; nnd
tho moro it is pushed, the mower
it works, although one may not be
tho mower, but the California
An.lrnlUn Cricketer. Victorious
London, May 17. The crickot
match between the Surrey and
Auetraliau elevens was concluded
t'dy. The latter won by 71 runs.
The home tettn made a lamenta
ble exhibition iu its rocond inning
and wan completo'v p tho raerpy
of tho Australian bowlern, Ho
spIIr and Trumble, who dismissed
(be Murrey men for ul runs.
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in making enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS, have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots nt special
prices regardless of the advance in
Paciflo Ihfilim Co,, Hi,
tiMnri f.rW) tnri rmci
fA,Ai i,r-J uw,uuu
959,000 9,520 951.000
115,000 t,ajo n;,ooo 130
500.000 5,000 500,000
500,000 5,000 500,000 160
950,000 9.350 a j 5,000 900
900 ' 00 9,o e to.ono
15,000 o'O 15000
1511,000 1 1,900 ijv.uuo.
9 000 90 I
t,oot lit- Jl.oooj
9,000,00c o,oo( 9,000,000 140
Hats and Caps !
There's nothing lacking to make the
We have just received a fine line of
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.'S SUITS,
better than custom made, which we are
selling from $i6 to $2;.
OUR BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from $) to
f5, 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.
: Waverlcy BIocl
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. g-n, Hotel St.
The Drums of the Fore and Aft Kipling,
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson Ian Maclaren.
Fjr Above Rubles Geo. Alacdonald.
David Harum (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Thos. Nelson Page.
McTe.igue Frank Norris.
The Span o' Life.
Without Dogma Sienklewlcz.
T he Deluge Sienklewlcz.
Mine Own People Kipling.
J.icl Curzon Gunter.
Phroso Anthony Hope.
Magdalene's Fortunes Helmburg.
Vicomte De Puyjoti Jules Clarette.
Joan the Curate Florence Warden.
Peter the Priest Jokal.
The Procession of Life Vachell.
The Real Ladv Hllda-Croler.
The Sisters of Torwood May Agnes
RolM 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 thw
week, and every housekeeper should
take advantage of It.
When you are buying vour classes
iook at our tine line of decorated
cottage sets for six persons 56
pieces for S7.90.
Best quality plated tea spoons
S2.P5 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
Von Holt Block, King street.
CSTAgents, Gumey Cleanable Refrl
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
t-oai anu wooui, new uiue t-iame uil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
AltheN.O. II, Armory, on,. , ,
Wednesday Evening Next,
May 24, 1899.
RtNf,rnNTJss0'c;ri!,,.ev,:cnc'i' " ",e niIT,s"
Slncle tickets Si en. dniihln fl .iti nn.1 n.inl.iti,nl
ii, May be obulnej liom Hit Committee, or at the
Queen Vieloria's Birthday
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
i2 -Mgjr Vis
Shirt Waists !
The Largest Assortment of Popular Sellers
Made Expressly for Us.
Style and Fit Guaranteed.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY. LIMITED!
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belling Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be tht best, most durable, and le.ist expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full lint
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWbRS, GARDEN HOSE AND FI rTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Also just received, FRESH CAKES and CRACKERS, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
At lowest market rates.
1 .r? MT - iwi
JPTHEDImp COLOR Qtm
THIS BRAND IS SIMPlYOWINtT
70 THE OATS BEMSBOASTEl
WHILE ALL OTHER
GIVES A PECULIAR
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 the par
value of the stock xubscribsJ for will be
required, in cash or certified check, at tht
time the subscription Is made.
If the subscriptions are in excess of the
amount of available stock, such vtock will
be assigned pro rata to the subscribers,
and tiie balance of cash on deposit, after
applying the first assessment of ten per
cent on the shares allotted, will be returned
when the certificites are Issue 1, less the
amount recovered for revenue stamps.
A temporary receipt will be given for the
cash deposited until the issue of the cer
tificates, which will be Immediately after
the allotment is made, and of which due
notke'w 111 be given
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
227 jt Promoter.
Election oT Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., held May
18th, 1G90, the following Officers and
Directors were elected :
J. M. McChesney, President.
J. L. Cocrper, it Vlce-Preldent.
W. W. Hall, 2nd Vice-President.
F. W. McChesney, Treasurer.
0. O. White, Secietary.
J. S. Walker, Auditor.
A. F. CooUe, Director
E. O. WHITE,
1225MW Sec'y Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
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LVfcOvISvCAW FDAMncrn r-Ai
jr wnn itnnviw,vniM
212 KIiir Rtroot, noxt to tlio Arllrmton.
:has s. desky.,
The $10,000 Beauty
Strpentlne Dancer, a tho OODUl-SS PfcLE.
Mr. Frank Barton,
Dai I ton) ani Conn d tan
General AdmlMlnn. tec. and .oc,
latt l rnwi (or Children under ri years, un
deserved Chairs, see.
Seals can b booked by ringing up letei.lu.r-i 140,
Subscribers to the stock of the Honolulu
Rapid Transit and Land Company, who
have not reielved their certificate-., will
please call at the Company' office, 411
Fort street (up stairs) and receive the Mine.
Honolulu, 22 May, 1809.
J. A. GILMAN,
wSr sii. ; mffVk
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A.N ' 5Jg4RaP 1 JSVVAY1.''
im zrr Stervr-rir
JZ v TfiOlTFDSfts. SS?S UtAAVVJJt .
lataol San frantlsco hasnpene4
Second flour, OIIPIIIUM PIOCK riirnuch lone
eiptrience and roruiant aliendame to wurk at tn
Coavt Mrs Wml Iu. aigulnd the act ol rerircl
litilnK and aim clvlni; lull MtMaulou a the latest
and modern tashlon.
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