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HONOLULU, B. 1., MAY 2G, 1899.
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'obiiihtd Every Div, except Sunday, at io King
street. Honolulu. H. 1.. tv the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINOTON Ultor
VANIEL LOiiAN CUy hdltoi
Per month, ny here In Hawaiian Islands....! .75
Peryear " " " 8 ou
Per year, postpald.to Amerka.Canada orMexIco.to 00
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries 13 00
ar"PayaMe tnwrlat-lv In advance,
Post Omct Hox 718
EltlDAY, MAY 'JO, 1899.
Aguinnltlo's purrontler iiinl the
decision for Droyfus 6tntid on n
par in tlie icnlui of "amu expected."
Ilawnii can't claim to Btiud ace
Linb with tlio army when tlio big
trnunpoits begin to give tin the '-go
If the iinti-fxpiusicn ciowd i'b
mule up of iho "mipciior Anifi
lcan people" the nation has btill
to bf thankful that it lias a good
biz 1 popnlitinti of "inferior cif'-
Tho Filipino jnutii Bays the
Cincinnati regiment litis caused
Uen. Utia mucn tronulo. It is
certainly tlio ouly regiment that
has not ciused Aguiualdo trouble,
because it has nover been in the
Tho Associated Charities pro
position has beru floated with the
luuni ease of now Hono'ulu
Bshemes. Tho capital stock in
this corporation h fully paid up
and is nil assessable. It is a good
investment from all standpoints.
The best thing the American
authorities can do for Edward At
kinsoti is to pay bis expanses for
a trip to tho Philippines. Pay
him a salary for using his bono
Scent iutluouce in quelling tho
murderous spirit of tho Filipino.
Yhat's tho obj'ot of presputing
Dewey with a homo when the
whole untiou is preprint to keep
open houso for tho admiral for
the rest of his life. It looks as if
einio good Americans woro con
timplaliug tho possibility of "re
Andrew Carnegie has offered tn
contribute $50,000 for the Univer
city of Birmingham, Eng., this
gift being "a slight acknowledge
ment of a debt that Pittsburg, the
greatest beneficiary of our steel
inventions can over hopo to ra
iny." Local philanthropists might
take tho cuo and in tin est Carnegie
in the sugar industry thus en
abling him to distribute a few en
dowment debts in this direction.
Harpers' Weekly views tbo re
tiroraent of Spenkor lined to pri
vate busiuoas walks as an evidence
of the degradiug influence of poli
tics and tho lack of iletiro on tho
put of truly great men to remain
in official harness. This U a con
sistent argument for Harper's
"Weekly. The practical foaturo of
Mr. Heed taking up the law busi
ness in Now York city is that ho
is gunning for bigger political
gamo than be 1ms thus far bagged.
Iteod and Piatt are friends nud the
horrorB of politics nro not likely
to causo Hood to stick too ol isely
to hia law or Piatt to givo his en -tiro
attention to his express com
pany. Tin: omaiia isxiiiuir.
The Hawaiian exhibit atOmnht
is well under way so far as pro
Iiminaries aro ouicernd. Now
gotillemon "smoko up." The
Chamber of Oimrajrce is not n
charity organization and while it
is willing to nssumo the brunt of
thj financial reaponsnility, it do
Borvoj the unitol support of all
tho business mou of the country.
Tlio local effort should at least
rceiv n hn't soa tud from the
H.lo Chamber of Commerce. Thit
exhibit is t be no hide bound '
po'nicil nlTair, e'liss, politics and
local jealousios liav.J no place in it.
Tho industrial and educational
development of Hawaii is to bo
disf-lujol in its best nud most
complete dress, compnnsius will
be drawn botweou Hnwtu's repre
sentation and that of othor States
as well ns o'hor insulnr posses
sions and tho peoplo who believ.i
in tho future of tho territory, who
are to share iu tho bonofits coming
from a praoticil nud Interesting
portrayal of local conditions can
not nlTord to withhold mural nud
Cltr 11V AN AtVNINU.
J. J. Kecnen, a plantation man,
called at tho Deputy Marshal's
office this morning nnd laid in a
complaint against tho proprietor
of tho J-ipaueno store nt tho corner
of llot'l and Nuuanu streets. He
to'd tho following story:
"1 went across the street from
the Excelsior restaurant at about
it o'clock yostorday afternoon.
Tlio wind was blowing very brick
ly nt tbo time. 1 hud just stop
ped on the pavement ill front of
the JrtpaiiCHo storo wheu some
thing struck mo on the top nf the
head with groat force. I was
stunned by tho blow but did not
fall. Just thou n polico officer
dime up. I turned and looked
up. There was the awning hang
ing down nud I found out what
had struck me. Tho knob on one
ond of the rollor was partly broken
so that a sharp edge was left. Tho
policemnu saw the blood spurting
from my head nnd assisted mo. I
went into tho storo and immedi
ately informed ono of tho clerks.
Ho siid ho kuow oothiog what
ever about tho mnttor. Tlio pro
prietor was not at homo so I
thought I would lenve tho mnttor
until this morning. I wont to a
doctor and had tho wound sewed
up. Now I want to know if tho
proprietor of tho storo ennuot be
made to pay my doctor's bill and
for tho time I am losing from my
Deputy Marshal Chillingworth
wout up to Murata's store and
saw tho proprietor who said that
the awning was at its usu'tl height
and tlmt, at any rnte, it was hoist
ed up at tho time the man says lio
was struck. A warrant was ioi
mediately gotten out for tho arrest
of M. Chiya, tho propriotor, on
tliH charge of cutnmon nuisance.
It has only been but n short
time ngo sinco n speoial ollicur
was sont out to the various places
along Nuuanu street to warn tho
propiietors of tho various stores
about such obstructions as awn
ing, awnings and tho like.
A start in moo's doublos in the
tennis tournament was made yes
terday on the courts of the Boro
tania and Pacific tennis clubs.
Tho result was as follows. Frank
Athortnn nnd 0 fl Cooko won
from E A Mo't-Sraith and E
Wodehouse, G-4, GO. D Hownrd
Hitchcock nnd 8 G Wilder won
from A Hornor nnd E Groenwell,
5-7.G 4.G 4,nnd H Mmt-8inith nnd
J Wnterbouso from Albert Wnter-
hnuRo nnd Elwin Hall, 12-10, G-l.
On the Borotauia courts E H Turin
and B F Uonrdmore won from V
i Wall nud Sam Woods, G-3, G-0.
G Waterhouse nnd J P Couke de
faulted to W H Babbitt and Geo
Fuller, and G P Wilder and 0 H
W Norton to Ohns Elston nnd
Donald 11ob. Tho matches nr
ranged for this afternoon nre as
P. T. C, G p. m. E 11 Adams
and A T brock vs H Motl-Smith
and J Waterhoubc; 0 A Elston
and Donald Boss vb E II Paris
and B F Ueardmoro.
IS. T. C, ii p. ra. 0 II Cooko
and F 0 Atherton vb W H Hnb
hilt aud Geo Fuller; S G Wilder
Wilder aud D I Hitchcock vs S
Boffmnn nnd P M Lnnsdale.
A Tulunleil Youth.
Mr. Uinst'-d, Commissioner of
tho Omaha Exposition, leaves for
home with his wife and son in the
Alameda. Maxtor Uiusted who is
fuuiteoti yearaold, has remarkable
inutdcal talent. He is n fine
niarist. his nliivinc Imrn hnvim
ohnrmed private groups. Before
his video began changing n yenr
ngo, the lad was in grent demand
at homo for concert nnd church
solos. Ho was considered
tho finest boy soprano vo'co in
Nohrn-ka. It is to lis hopd II
u'dulii will lmo ui'iuy visits from
him iu tho future.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
NAME OP STOCK.
IXCIIAM1U I XCIIASGU
1114 Ask.'J I1IJ lAskei
C Hreuer & Company. ,
American S Co., jJ up J
tiwa Pl.in'fltlon Co ...
Mamoi Plantattnn Co .
Hawaiian augar ko .
Honomu Sugar Co .....
Ilonokaa Sugar Co.....
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co.,
Kamalo Sugar Co . as
Kli-ahutu Sugar Co. ..
Koloa Sugar Co........
Knna Sugar Co , as. .
hona sugar i-o ,pj up
Maunalcl Sugar Co.as
Maunalrl Su Co pi up
Nalilku Sugar Co., n
Nalilku Su Co., pj up
uinu sugar company
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookal Sugar Plan Co
OUaSu. Co., LU., asl
Ulaa SuCo.LtJ, pj up
Olowalu Company .
Paauhau Su. Plan, Co
Pacific Sugar .Mill
P.. la Plantation Co
Pfpwkeo Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walatut Agr. Co., a
Wataluar.Co, pJ up
Walanae Company .
Walluku Sugar Co . . .
Walmanalo sugar Co .
Walmca Mill Co . .
WlUer StcainOiln Co .
Ifawahin I lectrlc Co
Hon. RapM r A: Land Co
KnnKu T. &T.C",LtJ
Mutual Telephone Co .
AUkatia " Ld pJ up
Ha tXcCo., Ltd
It.wallanGov 6 per cent!
Hawaiian uov. 5 prr rem
r)ihil Uulttml Cn I
HONOLULU EXCHANGE SALES.
to 10 Session: ai Maw'n Suear, jo; it Oatiu, aj;
ko Klliel, ij: 10 O. K. & L. Co., 140: 10 O. I. & L.
Co.. 140: 10 O. l ft U Co., 140: 10 O. U. & L. Co..
140; iu O. K. & L. Co.. 140: is Oahu, 2ii.
p. m. Session: 10 Walalua, assessable, 110;
100 Klhel, 15U; 100 Klhel, ij',.
HAWAIIAN EXCHANGE SALES.
Detween DoJrJs: too Nahuku. assessable, a.40;
so Nahuku. assessable, 9.40; a$ Klhel, assessable,
is; 50 Alaunalel, assessable, 9.1s: ao Olaa, assessa
Tim Georgia Mln.trrli
Qnvo n great show nt tho Opern
Houbo nud to nn audience greater
in number thnu cvttr proviously
officially counted. Tbo reputa
tion enjoyed by the company in
their line, was tho muse of their
having each pheuomonnl succoss.
Aud ho it goes, reputation is the
attraction and the criterion that
ranuy things, aB well as peoplo,
aro judged by. Now a neglected
lawn, gives n householder n bad
reputation iu his neighborhood,
but the introduction of a Cali
fornia Clipper Lnwn Mower which
may be obtained from tho Pacific
Cycle it Mfg. Co., on Fort street,
iu the Ehler's block will, with
proper usage, smooth tho surface
of the lnwn as well qb smooth the
rufiled feelings of the surrounding
neighborhood nnd when tbo lawn
emerges from ita neglected atato
to ono of cultivation and care the
owner will feel happy and
havo n pnrdouablo prido in
himself and his home nnd n better
opinion of his neighbors.
HOSE! - - -
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd,,
Fort Street. 4
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I DULI&atl I if- I'iMiiVi'!iia ' DAIrtT)' I I.A I?
MtXlrn J ') AU TlinCANbine
Wu, t fjv SlL.f p ATy PACKED I N VCRY UDOE M,Q .
i 'MM! SPECIAULV FOR MDPAN!iiWjf if
w3fiS3COieTrial will prove their merit n 'Hiil--i. g
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 5i6 to $25.
OUR BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from $) to
55, 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 : : Waverley Bloci
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. o-n, Hotel St.
The Drums of the Fore and Aft Kipling.
Under the Deodars Kipling.
Rabbi Saunderson lau Madaren.
Far Above Ruu!e Geo. Macdonald.
David Harum (The book of the year.)
Red Ro;k Thos. Nelson Page.
McTeanue Frank Norrls.
The Span o' Life.
Without Dogma SlenUlewicz.
'I he Deluge SlenUlewicz.
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 Hllda-Croker.
The Sisters of TorwooJ 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 prkes that will astonish
W.W. Dimond & Co.,
.Von Holt Block, King street.
tSTAgents, Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Woodl, New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves, Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
- ryv'iHrt.r&ria!l - rn7rir! - - . - -
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK!
Is What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a hind. Do not fail to
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 Belllnc Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kclchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, .U,TTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWbRS, 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,
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS,
Corner Alakea and Queen Streets
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
VV. w. WKHll'r, Pron'r. few
1, format lUmikua I t,oc
5. A4o-room Lodging IIoum. i3-)ear !. !
I. its crcs coffee land, Kona J.00
10. Lot 'A Jcre near town .S
I. House and Lot, Punahou i,otx
14. Large Lot inj good Pajlnc Mildness e.oo.
ij. Large Lot. I'alama, nearly '.a acre 4.001
16. Lot soxuo.wlth dwelling house.Quarry St t.soi
For further partlrulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G Pout Office Lime, - Honolulu.
If you want business property,
If you want a home cheap,
If you want a lodging house,
If you want property that will enhance In
value, It will pay you to consult
W. E. BIVENS,
Fort street, oppo. Pacific IlarJware Co.
212 Kin); slroot, noxt to tlio Arlington.
and Carriage Materials.
FOKT ST RKET, AUOVE HOTEL.
in South Kona
suitable for Coffee Cultivation.
H. K. KEOHOKALOLE,
Real Estate Ayenl,
15 Kaaiiumanu St.
Tho Premises known it.
tho " TIVOLI" situated on
tho bench ut "Wnikiki. Pur
uislied or Unfurnished.
For particulars, apply to
No. 310 Fort SU.
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