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THE EVENING BniFTlBt HONOLULU, B. 1., MAY 81, 1899.
fiklUktl Evfty Dav rt "uniy. l no Kin
trctl. Honolulu, II I , by tht
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARNINGTON
,. City Editor
WEDNESDAY, MAY 81, 1899,
Former Senator Alford PelTcr
njinouocPB himself n Itepubliciiu.
Glory bhllolujah. What nest
An nrray colonel on boird tho
transport Sherman asked boou
nfter arrival whether the native
Hawii'iuiB kniw onongh EuplUb
to ranbj thpmnphcs undorttood,
and if tlio Oovprnmont band play
cd anything but native airs. Who
eay& Hnwiii hIiouUI not bo prop
erly represented at the Omaha
KIMI'INOM AM) MIIOWU.MI.
An esteemed contemporary
draws prominent attention to a
rnuijwiiin j'd comparison between
the Filipino robelu aud Americnus
of '70 whu frfod the thirteen colo
nize from Iiritisl) rule. Tho gist
o" tho mugwump's statement is
that tho Filipinos nro fighting rb
fie Americans would hnvo fought
hid Grent Britain turned tho colo
nies over to Franco and Franco
Iiad thereupon procoedod to cstab
liah its ruling power in Amprlcn.
The chances aro Mint the Am
erican army would havo fought
the French; doubtless the olo-
n'ale fighting for independence
would have bPontermcd"rebel3."To
m tintaiu, however, that there is
a fair basis of comparison betwoan
the Filipiuos nud the forefathers
of the American republic would bo
emabiug if it were not disgrace
It id an uncontrovertible fact
that among the majority of the
Filipinos the idea of liberty U the
lib'rty of pxcets; to them looting,
murder and inpiue are not dis
honorable incidents of unrfare;
tb-ir etnudurd of warfare is not
above the wilful slaughter of in
nocouta and non-combatants, or
tie shooting down of men np-p-oaehiug
under llaj of truce nnd
p'ckiug off suryious nnd
asiibtHuts under the flag ot
the lied Croas. When the
Filipino proclamation of war was
eeut out, no white man, woman or
child was to be saved from the
murderous knifo had the Filipino
army been successful in its attack
upon Manila; only the Filipino
women and? children were to bp
respected. Theso facts como to
the civilized world not through
the possibly biased channels of
the "expansion" pres, but from
correspondents representing Mug
wump journals which wonld prove
b esse in favor of the Filipino if
What enlightened being can
hoaojtly 'put the Filipino on the
pedestal of liberty side by side
with the American of '7(5 and say
'Witness the epitome of liberty
loving patriotism." What though
tho American fnicfuthers en
rc-bo's? Tho men of the South
were rebels but thoy fought lion
estly in what thoy considered an
Call it expansion, imperialism,
or what you will, the United Staler
is in duty bound to establish law
and order in tho Philippines aud
protect (ho lifo nud properly of
its own and foreigu citizens. The
career of the Filipiuo in the pnM
nnd prpbput hu? not been such as
to justify thoir baiug given a free
ewi ig. Whatever oownrJici or
incipaoity may exiit in the Ainer
ica i nation fortunately hi iot
joichrd tho point where tho main
holy of the peoplo fear to take up
tho recpousibditiesand necessities
which tho circumstanco of win
ha placed on their national
th 'iinl I Mnnwiiini'i to thi
IT Ami. ihoii, fornu'ily nt 0ii p
(J( H x.n,.. ,, ),,,( ,,4 M,.r(Tt , l Q
position as head luua at Nahiku.
MUDH'OX AUMN IN MhNHIO.V
Tho second meeting of tho Med
ici. 1 Associntii n of Hawaii was
held in th- usual pliue last even
ing. Thorp was a very good at
tendance, lho following weto
elected to membership iu tho nssn
cihtion: Dr. l'ocey, Dr. Uoff
min nud Dr. Yuel, Acting As
sistant Surgeon, U. S. A.
Dr. Humphris read a very in
teresting paper On tuberculosis
which was discussed generally.
Ou motion of Dr. Myers, n com
mitteo of three was appoiutod to
take Dr. Humphris' paper and
fortriubite a report, using the
satno as a basis, to be published
iu pamphlet form in English, Ha
waiian, Chinese and Portuguese
rtgis report will dwellou tho treat
incut and prevention of the dreod
Surgeon Wood, U. 8. A., pre.
sputed some pathological speci
iiiPuB of typhoid fover. He spoke
inortt lucidly on'the treatment and
stamping out of the disease.
The dual meeting will be hold
at the same place Ibis Evening a
the usual hour. Tho evening will
bo devoted to the discussion of
At the Pncific Club tomorrow
oveniug there will be a banquet,
closing tho annual meeting.
Win Hcto UrMrr.
George It. Kinglnnd, chief en
gineer of tho U. S. transport
Sherman, takes n keen interest iu
Honolulu from his having been
hero when it was a quepr little
tovru. This was tweuty-eiuht
yours ago, and in the sidewheel
a'eamerDrtkota of the Webb line.
He is much impressed with tho
growth of the city. Audrew
Brown and Chalmers A. Graham
havo been introducing him to
peoplo since the Sherman's ar
rival. Mr. Kingsland was for
many years head outside mnn of
the Fulton Iron Works, San Fran
cisco. Thn Orpli.mn.
Tonight tho usual semi-weekly
change of program takes place.
"My Wife's Brother" is the title
of tho comedy farce in which the
perennial comique Jim Post and
tho versatile May Ashley will
tike part. Prof. T. F. Mack will
introduce some new illusions iu
the realm of legerdemain. Frank
liartou and Billy Houard, Myrtle
Griilinru and Violet Dale will nil
as Queen Pelo will ropeat her
famous fire dance.
Monthly Hlock lfiort.
Tho monthly report of the Ho
nolulu Stock Exchange appeared
tliis morning. It appears from the
list that during tho month I0.G31
sliares of stock exchanged bauds.
iuo stocks tho most active dur
ing the mouth aro Kibei of which
3375 shares wero sold and Ookala
of which 2830 shared changed
Tho MoBrydo Sugar Co. and
Karaalo Sugar Co. apppar on to
day's sheet for the first time they
wero listed this morning.
Yesterday afternoon, the officers
of tho Sherman were eutertaiued
at the Officers' club. In the eve
ning, the officers of the Russiau
man-of-war were entertained
there. The Honolulu boys gave
tho visitors a good time.
lhe club rooms have boen fitted
up anew of late and are now bettor
in every way than thpy wer be
fore. In a short time the officers
will give an entertainment.
Youiiir I'vnpld lltnriilnir.
By the Gaelic this afternoon
will return a nurabor of well
known vouug nounle who linvn
been iu various part of tho States
to school. Among the number are
tho following: Harry and Walter
MHcfarlane, Olga and Oharlee
Uercer. Nelson and Oliver' Lan
sing, Ljfllie and EIU Wiiht,
urncp and Ivit hleou Oartwrmut
tud Willio Both.
Newni'H peril! Nulclilre.
Boston, May 22. W. T. Ball.
well-known newspaperman and
his wife vera found dead in bed
tolny iu a room fillol with the
fumes of illumination ens.
Not the least beautiful of
wonders nature has lavished
upon Hawaii is the variety of
fishes in the suirounding
waters. Some of them gro
tesque in form and others
most marvelously colored.
KING BROS., have a fine
co'Iection of water colors.
Steamer lttiilni.i uporieucrri
goMiml cool wo titer wiili iht
uhawirs ou the llamakua coast.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
HONOLULU EXCHANGE SALES
lo to Stsulon. s I'lnnerr Mll, 105. i"o MctlryJe,
5,15 McllryJe. v 100 McllryJr, j w Klhel. 16 -8.
IT5 Wnlilua Asvsable, 115, 5 O. H, & L. Co.
14) yi Ookala 4f
i Walalua Assis no' 95 MaunaVI 10; 1)0000
O K & L llonJs to), v Klliel 17: to Walalua Ase
118, 10 Walalua Aw no! 10 Walalua As 130,
too mcuryje )h; )omcuryae )1. i uanu tg)
HAWAIIAN DXCHANGE SALES.
Nahiku jo. ft Eua ton. ito Mcllmle 6. inn
Nahiku 1 so, 100 Nahiku 4). i) klhtl it, ) Klhel
1?, 1 Mahlku i), 10 Maunalcl 0 )o, l McHryJe
5. to 7) Kamalo 1 00. 1) Klliel 16 )o, 1) Klhel 17 50,
50 Mcllryje ) o, 500 McllryJe 1), 10 Walalua ass
110 7 McMtyJe ) 1), o Maunaltl to, to Klhtl 16 7).
10 AUDryJe pJ up at, 110 McUryJe 550, ) Klhel
One who is tho owner of a valu
ablo watch is very particular with
regard to who tho watchmaker
is who mftkPB required repairs.
Thero are watchmakers and watch
makers, as there nro repaiters and
repairers in tho bicycle industry.
Tho Pacific Cycle nud Manufac
turing Co., ou Fort street, have
only tho best of workmen era
ployed and repair work eulrusloil
to them is faithfully repaired at
reasonable prices and to moro
fully ensure public confidence,
the work turned out from their
fnctory is guaranteed. Thov han
dle all kinds of bieycln fittings
nnd make it their cor.htnut aim to
reach the bull's fyo iu tho estima
tion of all customers who can ap
preciate good work in the repii
line; Mork thut will stand the lest
of tibnge aud provo their guaran
tee. Sewiug machines and nil
kinds of typewriters needing ro
piirs will bo sent for and deliver
ed' to any part of the city. Tele
phone No. 325.
There is a meeting of tho Hono
lulu Underwriters' Association
Tho U S A T Warron arrived
in Manila from San Francisco
this port, May 18.
Thoro will be a meeting of the
Bourd of Agriculture at tho usual
time on Friday next.
Tho schoonerB A J West and
Azalea from this port arrived in
Gray's Harbor May 18.
All the vessels iu tho harbor
woro flying their colors nt half
mast yesterday iu honor of Deco
Harry Armitage, tho broker, is
having an olegnut suite of offices
prepared for himself in the Camp
ball block, Merchant street front.
The schooner Wm Rontou ar
rived in Port Townsend from Ho
uolulu, May 1!) nnd the schooners
Carrier Dovo, King Cyrus and W
F Jewett on the 20th.
The Y. M. 0. A. orchestra will
meet in the Y. M. 0. A. hall at
7:45 o'clock tomorrow evening.
Livery member is requested to be
Tho Cabinet met Mr. Paul Neu
mann in regard to a proposition
to exchange certain Government
land near a proposed plantation
on the Island of Lauai for a por
tion of city property on Richards
street. Nothing was done in the
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE I
STEAM HOSE !
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots nt special
prices regardless of the advance in
JJthedarkp color otm
ma ukhnum &imri.r urmv 1
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TO THE OATS BEINSROASTEDs.
WHILE 'All OTHER BRANDTAn)
STEAMED. THE ROASTLffay
Paid Hardware Co., Ltd.,
illu flti I Vvfc
GIVES A PECULIAR tJtsX Soim:ijS C
DEUCHTTVL RMJltWfrZZ&k VL2g?ULl jt
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W WKfeojiTSsAN FRANCISCO,CAL AS GOOD
Stock and Bond Broker
Mclnerny Mock. Fort Street.
15 Cents Each.
See Them In Our Corner Window.
You bouRht freely of our fine Blown
Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen, and found
them excellent value.
The set of Crockery, 56 pieces for f 7.00,
pleased you. ,
The fine Plated Teaspoons at $2.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Reading Lamp
at 52.00 Is giving perfect satisfaction.
The "Jewel" Stove Is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook good na
tured. Your"Gurney" Clcanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill is
Our shipment of Wickless Blue Flame
OH Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sold In three days. There are more on
the way much to the delight of the light
We Invite you to Inspect the goods In
our various departments. You will be
attended by competent and courteous sales
people, and your goods will be delivered
free of charge.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
KaTAgents, Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame OH
Stoves. Primus Stoves, Success Filters.
,AT THE .
We aim to keep up with the
BOOK TRADE, and the latest
publications will be found on our
counters. Any book 'not found in
stock will be procured on short
notice. Large stock by the popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
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 S16 to 2;.
OUR BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the nrices we are offerlnir them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from $3 to
95. win 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. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTClley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. o-n, Hotel St.
Champion light weight of Australia, at
Long Branch, Waiklld.
Terms reasonable. Given on applica
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 kind. Do not fail to
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, .LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
I TEMPLE OF FASHION I
Now closed on account of
stock taking. Will reopen on or
about June 10th, when a Great
Clearance Sale will take place,
in order to make room for an
immense New Stock.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. faints,
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 least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARG, 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.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
Corner Ala ken and Queen Streets.
ra!5l l .--
i Honolulu Carriage manufactory
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Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. - of 10 ner cent, on the Assrss.ible
Stock of the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.. Is now
due and pt able at the office of IA. V.
McChesney iV Sons, Queen street, Mono
Alay 13, j8qq.
212 KIiir Htroot, noxt to tho Arlington.
Harness,Surreys, Phaetons, f
and CftPl'inrm Mnfpnlnle.
Koirr STit!:KT. AnovK unTi.-r. W&
The thirty days during which the 2nd
assessment on Klhel stock Is payable ex
pires on Wednesday. May 31ft, 1890.
J. B.COOKE, Treasuser.
Small ads. in the Hulk'tin nre not
overshadowed bv hijJKer ones.
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