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THE EVENING TJTJLLE3JN: B('M)LLLTJ, B. I., MAY 25, 18J9.
abllsbd Every Day, except Sunday, at ato Ktn?
itteet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
ANIEL LOOAN City HJItof
THUKSDAY, MAY 25, 18(J9,
Now it in time to boiu to think
of the Fdinli of .Tulv t'HMiratiou.
If tho Hawaiian Government in
its rcliitiomvith Wnsltiimton would
draw its fnilietiucious in tho in-
torPBti of tln poopl it wmlil sup
ply ix long fo't wnnt.
Gon. Miles uow rtftuns to Ulk
about the einbiltiiud l)ot-f iuiiuiry.
The report of the Uoard is of such
n nntura that Miles doubtless necs
that it U bettor for column ruling
pnnornla to do their talking to tho
No Victorian c-lebratiou bold
iu auy comer of tint nlobu scoroJ
a more complete suct'Ot-a tlinu that
carried out by tbe British resi
dents of Honolulu. Tho mon who
did tho work on enmmittous aro to
Tho Finns take an unfortunate
period in which to ask asbisUuce
from tho Uuiled States rehtivo to
Russian apiresaiou. If tho word
of tho cuutrnctioni-'te is to bo
takou, wo luvo troubles of our
own without going to Finland nud
rowing with the Czar.
If S10 00 had boon appropriat
ed ten yours ago fr a small farm
experiment sta'iou, certainly much
good might have boon accomplish
ed. Yes, but tho money wasn't
appropriated and the work wasn't
done, and what earthly good is ac
complished by crying down prep
ent progressive movemonls by
citing what might have been aud
was not? The uecossily of tho
hour is to get in and drill.
All the powrful corpnrntiot b
of powerful New Yoik c uld not
prevent Governor lioosevelt from
Eccuriug tho euactmeut of a law
taxing all franchises. Calami'y
howlers who believe that Coupms
and all lepislaturts are coutrolltd
by the IriMn aud soulless corpor
ations will do well to paste this
Jncidont in their hats. The Am
erican people may bo on tho road
to the bow-wows but they aro btill
along waya from that destination
It must bo admitted that the
Chamber of Commerce- has good
reasuu for requeuing moial nud
financial support for Ununii's ex
hibit at tho Omaha Exposition
from tliiMiutiie business commu
nity. Every merchant, every busi
noss mun of this territory will
oharo in the benefits to be derived
from Ilauaii representation at
, Omaha. Evry rffort is to be
made to make theexhibitcoraplete
and ex' ct. It is a territorial
affair oveiy respect, a corupleip
demonstration of what Hawaii is,
what it offers to investors, to
tourists, to tho niw comer aud its
present resid.inU, what it has
douo aud what it cm do. Tho ex
Libit in its detail should command
tho attention and tho support of
Till! UAOK I.KTriill AN'I) THE Fl.i:C
IIO.N'H. It is now stated nu anthoiity
tint the Bulletin is not disponed
to question that the Ilawaiiau
Government did not bend u ijttorj
to Washington relative to whit
should be douo iu immolation
matlerij. N ither did Sicrelary
Gage volunteer auy information.
Tho Hawaiian Government for
warded ti tho President a state,
rnent of the moth xIh id voguo iu
Hawaii rdatiw to uutuigr.ition
Tin's it is msito'l was not a
queiy. The remit h iwevor was n
lottor from S.-urolary Gage to tlm
effect that tun American (invirn
ment coil I not int'rfora -vitli Ha
wiiii'e immigration law until Con-
gress aotod. Tho Secrolaiy nlao re
quested ojpioi of tho looil laws
und.'r which t'ao Hiwaiian Gov-
Tho tiuo line the Hawaiian
Government draws botwoon what
is or is not a request for instruc
tions need not bo discussed at this
time. The public can draw its
If tho Hawaiian officials ob
ject to sending to Washington
for diroctaad oxplioit instructions,
there Um reason why thoy should
not sond to Washington a detail of
the raotboJs of holding oloction
in llanritii and the mothods of
changing the constitutional oath to
tho Hopublic of Hawaii; a state
ment of lh faot that tbe Hawaiian
Government will Imvo a local
legislature in session while Con
gress is discussing tho organic
law of the territory aud that tho
only real uojessity for tho session
of this loishturj is thit tho pre
sent appr )priatiou9 extond to
January 1, 1900. Lot tho Gov
ernment asiumo tho same attitado
as r'gards tho oleotiojs that was
takoa in contract labor immigra
tion. Lit everybody npLgizj
forprosuuiug tint Hawaii's offi
cials would deign to oorao down
from their high horse of indepn
denco and ask for instructions.
Acoopt tho Government's own pro
position, and what god reason
haB it to give why lb methods
followed in conducting the Sop
tombor elections should not be
presented tj the President of tho
Uuitod States in tho same
mannor as tho immigration
Possibly the looil offisiils do
not cojsi ler tho oloolbus of suffi
ciont importance to merit tho
stroke oi n pon or t'm oxDondi-
ture of a pistag stimp. Very
wll, h t thorn say so and tho
people will govorn thomsolvos ao
cordiugly. Tho uaoless expjndi-
turn of p iblio funds is of quite as
much, if nit more, moment to tho
dollar-a-day laborer, who pays out
a goo I siz d po-tion of his income
in taxes, as tho immigration polioy.
Tho Bmall taxpayer his as muoh
right to domxnd, proper represen
tation befo:o Washington authori
ties as tin sugar planters. Ha
waiiao officials aro in a position
to give or refuse that representa
tion. Thus far it has been re
fused. If tho State depigment treats a
statemont relative to the elections
with supremo indifferonco or Se
cretary Hay replies with a letter
similar to that of Secret iry Gage,
widl aud igood, tho poop'o are
rady to accept tho ruliug of tho
United States government as final.
II. T. O. WIN'S CHAMPION!!!!..
For the fir6t time io four yoarH
the Brtretunii Touuis Club has
won tho championship in men's
ninnies. Iu the finals between
Charles EUton of that club and
Frank Atherlon of the Pacifice,
th" forranr won tho requisite best
thren out of five sets and wn'ked
olf l T. C. courts tho chammon
of 180!). Tho match was not rmr-
(icularly biilli.uit although th-re
were a few extremely dillicult
plays made, but it could be soen
from Iho very start that the con-'o-Ukih
were playing a very care
ful game. Etoh was watching
the other's slightest motion.
While Frank Atherlon nlaveda
'oo I game hjdid not cover as
much ground as Elston. The
latter's play was mnio on the
ggr-'Haivo while thit of Athoiton
wa- defensive. Frequently Elstou
won niintH br Duttinir bulla down
tho side Unci. In this reanoct
he was particularly good.
Tho first iot wont to E ston nnd
ho eocoud to Atherlon. Elstou
took tho third set aud the playi-rs
m.reii trom the omit for a short
rest. In the fourth S"t tho players
won on their serves uutil tho score
stood 4-all. Elston nuccoeded in
jetting the old gamo on Ather
tou'a sorvo and then took the next
no oasily. Thi-t gavo him the
set and the championship.
Tho doubles will be started on
iho courts of tho Pacific nud I3ore
tnia Ii'iiiu'h club- this nftonioon.
The tournament will be finished
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAMP STQCKl Capital !Sh'r' Capital
C. Brewer & Co$i,oovod
MamoA Plan Co
jltw'n Afcr. Co
Haw'n Sujj Co
Monomu Su Co
Monokaa S Co
Kthuku Pl'n Co
Mauntlel SC A
' " pi up
Onomea Su Co
Pacific Su Mill
Pal Pldi.fr. C
Pioneer Mill Co
t, 400,0004, 000
1 50,000 1,500
Walluku Su Co
Wilier S S Co
Inter-I 5 N Co
Haw'n dec Co
Mutual Tele Co
p J tip
Maw Gov,6per c
9,000, ooot 20,00c
Oahu Ry&L C
mooO. R. & L. nnJi totU: .oMaunalel. ot.: 10
Oafiu, iqr, inoOokala, af, too Onkala. 4. too Oo
kala, tt', 50 Onkala, tv, 10 Haw'n Suar 324; lo Wai
alua Asses-ibte, no; 40 Haw'n Sucar. .25, loOaliu.
aos 1870 Klhel. 15; 15 Pioneer Mill, i$, P'oneer
Mm. 115; toouiaa, a ij, 20 waiaiua, I'du up. ioo;
so Waimanalo, 175; 10 walmanalo, 173; 15 Oahu. aot.
SnlcsThls Afternoon on llmvnllnn
100 Kamah). a; a5 fTona, 30: 10 Nahlku. a!i. 35
Olaa.la; no NAhlku, aJ5, 150 Maunalel, o)y, $ H. C.
Tils Gatnrsln MlnMrela
Qavo a croat show at tho Opera
House nud to an nudienco greater
in number than over previously
otlicially counted. Tho reputa
tion enjoyed by tho compnny in
thoir line, was tho cause of their
having such pheuomeual succosh.
And ko it goes, reputation is tho
attraction and tho criterion that
many things, as well as peopln,
are judged by. Now a neglected
lawn, gives a householder a bad
reputation iu bis neighborhood,
but the iutr.vlucti mof a Cali
fornia Clipper Lawn Mower which
may bo ohtaine I from the Pacific
Cycle & Mfij. Co., on Fort street,
iu the Ehler's block will, with
proper usage, smooth tho surface
of the lawn ns well as smooth tho
rullled foelincsof the eurroundintr
neighborhood nnd when tho lawn
emerges from its neglected stato
to one or cultivation and care the
owner will feel happy ond
have n pardonablo, pride in
himself and his home and a better
opinion of his neighbors.
A.any ot 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.
More peoplo were brought up in
tho Police Court this forenoou for
neglecting to obtain licenses for
sclliug tobacco. Tho polico aro
keeping right at thi60 violators of
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Hats and Gaps !
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 J16 to $2;.
OUK 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 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.
: Wayerlcy Block
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. q-ii, Hotel St.
The Drums of the Fore and Aft Kipling.
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson Ian Mnclaren.
Far Above Rubles Geo. Macdonald.
David Hanim (The book of the year.)
Red Rock Thos. Nelson Page.
McTeague Frank Norrls.
The Span 0' Life.
Without Dogma Slenklewlcz.
1 ne Deluge blenKlewlcz.
Mine Own People Kipling.
Jack Curzon Gunter.
Phroso Anthony Hope.
Alagdalene's Fortunes Helmburg.
Vicomte De Puyjoli 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 Ncrmandy 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
taue advantage ot it.
When you are buying your glasses
look at our fine line of decorated
cottage sets for six persons 5G
pieces for S7.90.
Best quality plated tea spoons
5i2.B5 per uozen.
Fine nickel reading lamps $2 each.
Then inspect our bargain tables,
where you will find many useful
articles at prices that will astonish
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
Von Holt Block, King street.
tSyAgents, Gumey Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
ioai anu wooui, New nine i-iame uil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
KONA SUGAR CO., LTD., held May
iSth, 1899, the following Officers and
Directors were elected :
J. M. McChesnev, President.
' J. L. Coerper, 1st Vice-President.
W. W. Hall, and Vice-President.
F. W. McChesney, Treasurer.
E. O. White, Secretary.
J. S. Walker, Auditor.
A. F. Cooke, Director
E. O. WHITE',
1225-iw Sec'y Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
The books of the Hawaiian Sugar Co.
will be closed to transfers from the 25th
to Uie 31st of May, Inclusive.
W. M. TEMPLETON,
U228-3t Secretary H. S. Co.
GENUINE TRADE WINNERS
The Largest Assortment 01 Popular tellers.
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 Belting Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
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.
TONY LADY'S RIG,
HONOLXlLU stock yards,
Corner Alakea and Queen Sti'cets.
gIIS !c,JEISEISEEf35MErs,'S E3aTS!EIS'i3EiaiB
II Honolulu Carriage rianufactory g
m W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r. H v
1, rrm at lUnukua $ 6,
S, A 4woom Lodglnc llouu, la-yar leaw. j.om
I. it, cre coffee lanJ, Kon j.co.
io. Lot H 'ere near tun i.jo
IS, House and Lot, Punahou i,oo
14. LurceLotand cood Paying Duslness,... 11,00
15. Larue Lot, Palama, nearly i acre 4,001
16. Lot joxijo.wlih dwelllnK nousc.Quarry St t,x
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
(I Post OJilce Lnne, - Honolulu.
If you want business property,
If you want a home cheap,
If you want a lodging house,
If vou want nrnnertv that will enh.inr In
value, It will pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, oppo. Pacific Hardware Co.
- - "v
212 King street, next to tlio Arlington,
EX BAKKENT1NE IKMCIAIU),
Harness, Surreys, Phaetons,
ana carriage materials. m
imiT i!Ttti?np a umrn irvmr
in South Kona
suitable for Coffee Cultivation.
H. K. KEOHOKALOLE,
Had Estate A vent,
15 Kaaiujma n u St.
Tho Premises known as
tho " TIV0L1" Bituatod on
tho Leach at "Wuikilct. Pur
nished or TJiiftirni.lied.
For particulars, apply to
WILLIAM SAYIDGE, .
No. 310 Port St.
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