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BULLETIN I'UHLISHING CO.MI'ANY.
W R. FAKK1NGTON EJItor
ANIEL tOOAN City EJltir
TIIU11SDAY, JUNE 1, 1899
Wanlod By tho citizens of thr
Hawaiian Lihiufl, n fow of tho
boncQtB of Iho Amcricnn conslilu
tiou. The wliei'l of the proposed hi
cyclo truat Ua8 beou punctured
because tho promoter nawl too
much wind nnd not wnffiuient coin.
The Czar's I'oicn Coufiress etill
continucH to bo a R'ol thiny on
paper. L'rncttcnl mlvantaszes to
be secured from thr (ii-ctwaioii tiro
not yot in wight.
Hawaii is glad to greet tho mou
returning nfter their miWer imt
of tho volunteer eorviue. Men
who nri icady to follow tlu Hup
and uphold its houor io day of
strife are the kind of new oitizeuc
Wheic does Llimnii gt oil with
these vi. hi' Wr trops teUirninc
from the Philippines? It is t. be
hoped Borne of tho transport ships
will take tlo Honolulu route, eo
tin peoplo hero may know the
b 'j's Imvon't forti'ilti'ii thoin.
Tom Piatt publishes nn intor
viov endorsing President MeKiu
ley for n second term. Piatt ha
over shown thnt he is in close
touch with tlit5 sentiment of the
people. Keen politicians seldom
butt their head against a stone
Now Cubau ship owners turn
up without a coritry. They cnn't
remain Spanish and lhy can't
obtain full American register con
sequently a sprcial Cuban flag is
granted. It's lucky for the world
at largo that bld pirates are not
coursirii,' the rngitic nuiii.
If it is absolutely necisary
that tho September elclioiiB be
hold it is not only n weary but
an nbsoluto duty that every quali
fied cilizeu shall rpgister and cast
his ballot. But what possible
benefit is to lie derived by the
people in going through tho
form of an election; payiug the
prico for electing men who can't
accomplish any wrrk?
Opinions on the finaucinl situa
tion expressed by AY. Q. Irwin are
the opinions of one of tho ablest
financiers and buBinesH men of the
territory and always attract more
than passu g attention. Mr. Irwin
how6ver puts it inthor strorjg
when ho says that most of the
peoplo buying shares in tho new
plantation schemes buy for specu
lation. This indicates that the
"heavy" financiers are speculating
as wall as the little fellows who
foolishly put their houses and
land in "soak" to got ready cash.
Tho heavy weights would at least
be disposed to plead "not guilty."
PIIOF, l'l!i:l. AT TANKI)lll.
Stanford University, M-iy 23
It was announced iolay ftoin the
iiroKident'a ollloo that Pi-rro J.
freiu, now a giadunto Blulent iu
Johns Hopkins Uuiversity, h-is
ben nppoiuted instructor iu
French in the university, to enm
nioML'o work next September. Mr
Frein tonic his A U. d"greo at
Williams Cull. go iu 1892. He
tangnt l'renoh and Gorman for the
year iu the Ilolhiook Military
Academy it Sing 8 u-, N. Y., and
then took a position in Oihu Col
lege at Honolulu, whore ho taught
Greok at'd Froueli for two jear.i,
ronigninu his position to enter up
on advanced studies at Johes
Hopkins University, wlioro ho
pradnatos with the degree of Ph
D. in June. The suojout of his
dissertation forthis tlurro is "Th
Phouology of the Patois of
Fleim" (Ct. Berne, Switzerland).
Mr. Froin is of FtO'ch descent,
nud, though born in Ain.-riO'i,
French in his native tongue.
Tho oath of offico was yestorday
nd(iiia..iff.'a to i .ed llm kn J ,n
k n a' dcin'v ('('. or ti'e In Mei
nry Dopiuttuent by Judge Whiting.
U. S. S. PHILADELPHIA IN PORT.
Continue1)! from l'nge 1.
eminent and naturally nsk queR
ticu.s that will lead to support lm
position nnd each mnmbor is ii-no
taut of the orders of tho other.
"Tho Mnliotoa peoplr nohore
were very much hurt by tho tri
'utnplml entrance of tho Mataafa
peoplo into tho uaruor. JLuey nn
turally thought some concession
had been made them but thoy
were vory soon reassured and told
of how the thing came about. Tho
Gormans having the launch had
arranged matters to suit thorn
''Jut now, things are very quiet
iu Samoa. Tho Malietoa people
n'o waiting at Mulinuu nnd the
Matnafa peoplo in thoir hiding
placos about Apia for the decisiou
of the Oommifsion. It might he
in utioned hero that when we sail
ed from Samoa it was anticipated
that the Badger would remain
there for a bint a month or six
weeks longer. Before that time
nn) protected ctuisor Newark and
ihe gunboat M-irblehead will be
llv re to protect American inter
ests. The Brutus had not loft but
had sailing orders for Mini In, via
v.luam Tho Soindi'i is to take her
pliio in Samoa. The ships re
mtiuiugin Samoa when we left
wore as follows: Tauranga, Por
poiso nnd Torch of tho British
N'nny, Badser and Brutus of the
Aui-riciii Navy nud Falko of tho
"It might be mentioned here
thut had the Badqor remained
away about a week longer, we
would have bad tho Samoa ques
tion settled. Wo hnd the Samnans
under Mataafa on the run. Thoir
ammunition ns nboutout and the
followers of the rohol leader wore
about ready to give up. AVben
tho Badgor came, all action ceased
and the rebels had time to strong
"On Miy 27 the Philadelphia
met the Moann n thousand miles
or mnro away from Houolulu.
Both vessels stopped and fourteen
bags of mail wero transferred
aboard the Philadelphia. We
left Samon with the intention of
taking the Moana'B course. That
we did this only too well is proven
by the tact that that steamer
emerged from a rain squall on tho
day mentioned just two miles
ahead of ns. We were bearing
down on enuh other bow on.
"Tho bodiesof Lieutenant Lans
dale and Eusign Monngtmn wore
disinterred a day before wo sailed
from S un ia and are now abnared
thu Philadelphia. Thoy will bo
taken to the StutbS for burial.
IVxnl Doctor Aipnnlril.
Tho American Sugar Co of Mo
lokrti has sent in a request to the
Board of Health through its
agents hero that a Governmet
physicinn for that part of tho Isl
and of Molokai outside of the
leper settlement. Tho plnnlntion
otters to build a hnuso for tho
phyt-ioinn and to pay $75 a month
toward his salary.
Rabbi M. S. Levy and daughter
arrived in the Gaelic. An inter
esting talk the Rabbi fjave the
Bulletin is deferred owing to a
crush of foreign and Jocal news.
In the Police Court this fore
noon, Ah Oi, tho Chinaman ar
retbd in conueotion with a rob
bery at Dr. Murray's home, was
committed to tho Circuit Court for
1. G. A'an Nees was arrested
lust evening on complaint from
the Hawaiian hotel. He is undor
investigation but the charge of
ngranoy will probably be entered
The premises of Mrp. Ward on
King htrect have been cleared of
all weeds and brush and now it
will ha dillicult for any one to get
in for the purpose of stealing
cocoa u tits without beiug seen from
Uoouty Marshal Chilliug worth
had a chasu to Wuikiki lust night
on being infouncd thnt there was
i mill in progress, lie found that
tuno was only a friendly sparring
install between Denny Martin aud
a fri 'nil from tho trauBport Sher
man going on.
m m m
Many ol 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
hiswav to KING BROS., 110
Hotel street, for photos to per
petuate the memory.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 1,
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,!
HONOLULU EXCHANGE SALES.
Motnlnc Sclon Am Sugar ijo, llawn Aer jj,
llawn Sugar HJli llonukaa a?, Klhcl as i , O.ihu
xjo, Ola as , Paaulnu 4(1, Pioneer au4, Walalua
as '19. .ilnanatno,WI1der S S iu?M Mutuallel
)i,, OjIih R & L Co mo, tiov pnst S.tv bonJs 100,
Oaliu H ft L C11 bonds 104M. MeHryJe t.i
Alternoon Session Ewa J90, Mawa Az 95. Hawn
SauiH llnnok 16, Klhel as ;, Md)rJe as 6H.
Uahu ton, Ookala ti, OUa a, Walmanalo no,
Mutual Tel 15I.. Oov Post too.
Am Su as 100, Hawaiian Ae joiji. Hawaiian Su
sat. Honomu tis. Honokaa 17&. Kamalo as a. Klhcl
as n'5, Klpahulu lit. Kona as )'t, Maunalel 11.
MdlryJe as 6M, Ookala 14 !4. Olaa as 1 t-io,
Paauhau4M. Pala IS. Peepekeo itC, Pioneer ii,
Walalua as 1,0, JopatJ 189, Walmanalo 180, Wal
mea m'A. Intcflslanl 160, Oahu OKM. Co 145.
Am Su pali tjo.
Heleen tloarJs 1000 MdlryJe M, 400 MctlryJe
io'jo Session 5 Walalua Assessable no J Wala
lua Assessable 1 jo, o Ookala 4H. aj Walalua As
sessable 120, soo AlctlryJe 6, 100 Honoksa at, loo
Klhel 1?.. 100 McHrvJe iu, 90 Haw'n bugar an. 10
Haw"n bujtar eaiM, 10 Ookala a4H. " Honokaa
a7l(, loUahu joo. 10 uanu joo, to oanu loo
llet:n Hoards 100 Honokaa nM, jo Klhel jtM
a p. m Session 19 Haw'n Sugar mi!i $alaluj
... l.t.l.. .... ini....... ti.u'n tllr.-t
110 10 Wnlalus 1x1, 150OI.11 1 i-ao, j Haw n Sugar
33 1, 50 McltrJe 6)4, 30 McllryJc6!i.
HAWAIIAN LXCHANGE SALES,
Afternoon Session Maunalel 0, McRryJe 5U. Ns
hlku a jo, Oahu v. Ookala 14. Pioneer )i)5. Wala
Am Su as 10 Hann Com 100, Honokaa 18, Ka-
Riln tnn. Ivlhel iftf. Kona alii. Maunalel in. Mc-
IlrJe6. dopalJ ti'A. Nahlku ajS.Oahu joo, Ookala
Hoard Sales ij Walluku 5-5, 50 Mcllrde 5I4
48 Mdlrde 5'
lletntrn lloird 1) Mcllrjde $i, so Kamiloi i-io,
11 MiUrjJc j.ijOlai a 7-.0, jo Walluku 1 7-1C
Willi Till! IIOCTOUN.
There was n full attendance at
the meeting of the physicians laHt
night. Tho association deeded to
hold a meeting on the night of the
first Saturday of onch month. The
first meeting will be held iu July.
Dr. Hoffman told of n piece of
Mirgory dono by hiraBelf and Dr.
W.E. Taylor in this city,, nnd Dr.
Taylor exhibited a jar full of
crockery and glass that a woman
in California had swallowed, It
was afterwards removed from tho
body by an operation.
A goueral discussion on fevers
took place. Typhoid, malarial
and the other fevers peculiar to
this olimato were dwelt upon. It
was generally conceded that ty
phoid fever had only made its
appearance hero during tho
last two or three years.
Tho nnnual banquot will take
plnco at tho Pacific Club this
evening. Tho President nnd
physicians of the Hoard ot Health,
physicians of tho Army and Navy
aud visiting physicians will sit
down with tho members of the
One who is tho owner of n valu
able watch is very particular with
regard to who the watchmaker
is who makes rrmiind repairs.
Thero are watchmakers and watch
makers, as there are repairers and
repairers in tho bicycle industry.
The Pacific Cyclo and Manufac
turing Co., on Fort street, have
only tho best of workmen em
plowed aud repair work eutruBted
to them is faithfully repaired at
reasonable prices and to more
fully ensure public confidence,
the work turned out from thoir
fnctory is guaranteed. Thoy hnn
dle 9II kinds of bicycle fittings
and make it their constant aim to
reach tho bull's-eyo iu tho estima
tion of all customers who can ap
preciate good work in the repaid
line; work thut will stand the test
of usage and prove their guaran
tee. Sowing machines aud all
kinds of typewriters needing ro
pairs will bo sent for and deliver
ed to any part of the city. Tele
phone No. 325.
iW s 1-
Deputy Marshal Chillingwortb
has been granted a license as no
tary public. Chester Doylo gave
up bis license some time ago.
HOSE! - - -
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
ware Co., Ltd.,
(Via GUAM, HhouUl sutilclcnt in
On or about the 10th of June,
City of Columbia.
Eor freight or piss igo apply to II. K,
WAI4K1.il, Agent, Lincoln Block, King
Jelly Dishes -
15 Cents Each.
See Them in Our Corner Window.
You boucht freelv of our Mine Blown
Tumblers at 50 cents a dozen, .nnd found
them excellent value. ,
1 he set of Crockery, 50 pieces for J7.90,
The fine Plated Teaspoons at J2.85 were
a surprise, and the Nickel Rcadlnc Lamp
at 52.00 Is giving perfect satisfaction.
I lie "Jewel" stove is saving on your
fuel bill, and keeps your cook goodna
tured. Your"Gurney" Cleanable Refrigerator
Is now Indispensable, and your Ice bill is
Our shipment of Wlckless Blue Flame
OH Stoves by the last "Australia" was
sold In three days. There are more on
tne way mucn to tne ueiigm 01 me ugiu
We Invite you to Inspect the goods In
our various departments. You will be
attended by competent and courteous sales
people, ;inu your goous win uc uciivcicu
free of charge.
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
..Von Holt Block, King street.
SST" Agents. Gurney Cleanable Refri
gerators, Detroit Jewel Stoves, (For
Coal and Wood), New Blue Flame Oil
Stoves. Primus Stoves. Success Filters.
We aim to keen 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 tne popular
authors of the day always on hand.
FINE STATIONERY FOR
316 FORT STREET.
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 Stfi to $25.
OUR BOYS' SUITS are just grand at
the prices we are offering them.
OUR CHILDREN'S SUITS, from S3 to
J5, 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, bend tor (catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No, 676. No. q-ii, Hotel St.
COTTAGE ON THE BEACH
AT WA1KIKI, containing 4 bed
rooms, large lanai, servants' quar
ters, bathrooms, electric lights, etc.
For particulars, apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Champion light weight of Australia, at
Long Branch, Walklkl.
Terms reasonable. Given on applica
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY OP
fers to contract to sell five thousand bags
(or a less quantity) of No. 1 Hawaiian rice
yearly for the period of five years, com
mencing with June crop, at and for the
sum'of five dollars per 100 lbs. Delivery
to be made on the wharf at Honolulu.
Apply to NG FAWN
Of Kwong Lee Yuen & Co., King street,
imiui..niJU !! !! MJSVMmmmm
JUST LIKE SILI
AS GOOD AS SILK!
Is What Wc 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. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
Now closed on account of
stock taking. Will reopen on op
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. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Batata Belting.
This Belling 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.
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
Cornel' A hi ken and Queen Streets.
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i Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. W.WEIGHT, Prop'r.
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that Assessment
No. i of 10 per cent, on the Assessable
Stock of the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., Is now
due and payable at the office of M. W.
McChesney & Sons, Queen street, Mono
May ij, 1890.
f. W. McCHESNEY,
Ghas. I lust ace.
212 King strcot, noxt to tho Arlington.
Hapness.Sui'peys, Phaetons, 1
and Carriage Materials.
FOHT STREET, AI50VH HOTEL.
FOHT STREET, AI50VH HOTEL. ra
The Orpheum Hotel
Restaurant and lee
Cream Parlors are
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