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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 7, 1899.
VttllttMl Evtry Dty, mcfpl Sunday, (I tio Kln
trtct, Honolulu, H. I., by lh
ULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON .....EJItor
ANIEL LOOAN City Editor
FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1899.
If thoro is niiy mau iu hintorj
whom tlio ncv-tpiperi Imvp moro
frequently matched up n political
hill nail dow.i agiun than Seer
tnry of Win Algor,U" hm yet to bo
Somcoiiu sturtoa tlu- roport that
R Vm Lnvv struck ou sorao of his
intended Fourth of July remarks
at Vio iviin-at uf a lojnl oounnttte.
"Wuoovur wii3 tha author of this
stnt rnfnt evidently doesu't know
tho Rulibi. r(o ia not thesntof
nun to Hinctinu or recoguizy nuy
t ling hut frp HrifM'l).
Evi'iy iuuiiiuut of IliPodoro
Roosevelt's trip acros3 tho continent
and liia nuuiou witu tho Rouh
Riders oraplmsiz-a the fact th.t
Roosivolt with nil liin ofllcittl pro
minonco nnd nniverail populnri'y
always renl-iins "one of tho boy "
Ei'ry w.rl iiud ewry not lir
spil:s fctiuightfofwiird, feiven1,
s mible pitriotimii.
Tho Now York Commercial,
whbh ia no authority ou tho com
nnrehil and industrial affairs cf
tb.3 country, auks thi question rc
lat vo to the trusts: " While it mi y
be trio that iu individual cases
tho to is suffering caused by tho
merging of one company into
nnother, would figitrna go to show
that, iu tho aggregate, thore ate
more tuon employed today than
ever before in tho history of the
country, and that uch enlarged
employment is duo to tho inert ase
in tho number of combinations?"
Tliia is jut what ovorybody is
asking, and they look to tho com
mercial papers to answor it.
Till: VOW'AVI'1 OUTUtllSAK.
Vfr rptuttitiiug dormant f r
nearly four years, tho great vol
canic safety valve of Hawaii his
broken forth with a vigor tlm',
according to all reports, surpasses
any crup ion for many yoar?,
The outbreak of '95 seems to havo
boon n moro parsing epaik com
pared with the display that is now
on Two streams of molten lava
are fljwiug from the sides of thr
mountain, and whilx reokoniux on
the futnro of volcanic poasihilitit'E
is moro risky thau tho futures of
the stock market, there is every
reason to believe that tht prosi'nt
outbreak i'b tho largest aud most
magniGcant th t will be seon
for years, an! the activity will
contiune for a considerable time
The course of no of thu lava
Btreams toward th Volcano Hou"p
ail Olaa sugoHts aa element of
dangor to proneity and fertile
lands that is not ploasant to con
template. With this exception,
howover,tho Goddess of Fire seems
ti In tovorniog tin display in a
manner t at will iutarst the
people, and turn a hoavy tourist
travel towards Hawiii
ViiifXiiulH Cominlailon In Heivloii.
Paris, Jnuo 2S. The Vene
zuelan Biundiity Commission
mot today and Sir Richard Web
Bter, tho Bii'iah Attorney General
co'itiuuod his argument in sup
p rt of the case of Great Britain.
Durinc lh afternoon, Prosidont
Loubet received tho membera of
tho Venezuelan Commission.
They wero introduced to him by
Professor Martens, tho Umpire in
the boundary dispute.
Tim Knl'hcr Frlmlrlcli Itejfctril.
Borlin, June 27. Tho steamer,
Kaiser Friedrich, whioh was built
for tho North Gorman Lloyd
Company, not having fulfilled tho
conditions of tho contract, has
been rejected by tho Company,
and sho will bo returned to the
builders on hor arrival tomorrow
at Bremen from New York, from
whioh port sho sailed on Juno 20.
Mail a me Dreyfojl at Ilennef,
Rennos, Juno 28. Madame
Droyf us arrived hero today. There
waa no demonstration upon tho
part of the inhabitants.
VALENCIA IN PORT AGAIN
Tho familiar U. 8. A. Trans
port Valencia, is ouco more iu
thia harbor, arriving horo on her
fourth trip ahortlv beforo mid
night yostordny. Tho Valencia
left Sau Fraucieco on Wednesday
the 23th nit. in tho afternoon,
taking 8 days for tho run from
Officers and men aboard tho
transport numbor ii'i, all bound
for Manila. Two troops of the
Fourth uavalrv number lid men.
The following aro tho officers of
the cavalry troops: Maj. Morton,
in command; Oapt. Errvin, Adju
tant; Oapt. Parker, Oapt. Lock
tve-ou, lirst liieut. Harris, Second
Lieut. Bnnniface, Second Licnt.
Dudlov. Oapt. Erwin was form
erly in charge of Yellowatouo
Tho Twenty.fifth Infantry linn
two companies aboard, Oo.'a E
and II. Theso nro composed of
ioi colored men who havo fought
to Ouba, thoir officers aro: First
Liieut. CUIdwell. Second Lieut.
Powers, Second Liout. Porkor aud
Uaptatu Miller. Thero nro two
nhvsioianfl. Drs. Hiiiloy and Hef-
tlefiugor, together with n hospital
corps of six men with the troops.
lhoro is a band aboard also, tue
Fourth Cavalry baud of whioh J.
Littloton is tho loader. Theso
musicians havo an envtablo reputa
tion. In all probability tboy will
givo a coucert here before tboir
iuo oiheora of tho Valencia are
as follows: Capt. J. M. Lane,
Puser W. B. Fioldinc and Chief
Engineer Pearson. McDonald,
torinerlv enuuieer on one of the
Island steamers, in in tho same
depattmenton tho Valonoin.
Imo transport will net awny
oarly next wook, if possibly ou
MILKS BAYS IrlortE TROOP.
Dcllevci n LHrtrs Force NeceMry In tho
Washington, Juno 25. General
Mtlea is an advocato of a larger
forces in the rhilippinea. Ho de
clined to discuss the subject today,
but said that the situation in the
islands waa serious. When tho au
thority for the enlistment of vol
unteers was first given, Miloa
wanted ten rogimonts soot to tho
Qoueral Miller, who is now in
thia city, says that from his pxpo
rience at Iloilo he believes 65,000
troops will bo necessary to con
ques tho Philippines aud to hold
tho territory until peace is rully
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT,
no Cwi 8. to .McUrvJe irt. 56 Jo iH. 10 Mutual
16 AkPrvde .?o. 10 do ali. Klhcl 10. 61 Ale-
nrvJe 'i. 10 Olaa i.ao. 7 Nahlku . 27 HawilUn
Lkctrlc 19 1.
The Safe Route to Wheel Content.
The reputation of a Bicycle, like the
reputation of a human being, depends
wholly on what people say of it, not
what they know of it. Meritorious
wheels have undoubtedly suffered from
careless and ignorant criticism. It is one
of the strongest evidences of the standing
of the "Built Like a Watch Sterling bicy
cle" that no one has ever anything to
say of it save good. One can never fall
of bicycle satisfaction in following the
unanimous approval of all wheeldom.
"That hump," said the surgeon, " can
only be removed by changing from an In-
proper to a correct position. I would ad
vise you to ride a Sterling." It gives you
the proper reach and you needn't stoop
to pedal, It runs so oasy. uont cut glass
with an ax. Take a diamond. Dont ride
a lumber wagon just because you are going
over rough roads. Ride a High-grade,
Bullt-llke-a-watch Sterling, a light,
elegant dainty mount, but a reliable road
ster, even ior neavy weignts.
Look at It this way without a complete
km wledge of bicycles you must necessari
ly depend to a great extent upon the say
so of the dealer. Why not call upon the
Pacific Cvcle & A'f'ir Co.. on Fort street.
where you are doubly protected by the
great fame of the Sterling bicycles sold
and bv the reputation of their agency,
"Sold oy tne v. u. am. uo.," is a good
All they ask for the highest grade bicy
cle ever manufactured, only fCo.oo on
small weekly or monthly installments.
turned at Sea.
Wilmingtou, N. O, June 27.
Tho ateamahip, George W. Clyde,
Captain Robinson, has arrived
here with Captniulncrnm and the
entire crow of 21 men from tho
stoamer Pawneo. Tho Olydo
sighted tho Pawneo off Currituck
on tho North Cnrolina coaBt juBt
as flames burst from the hold of
the ship at midnight on Sunday.
The Clyde ran alongside and res
cued tho orow. Tho ship and
goneral cargo wore lost.
NO KlSUt OF THIS rLUt)K.
Wnshinnton,Juno 2G. Surgoon
Geuoral Wyraan, when shown the
dispatch tolling of tho arrival nl
Honolulu of a vcssol ou which tho
bubonic plague had mado ils i p
pearance, entd thu Mariuo Hospi
tal Bureau had recoived no infor
mation ou tho eubjeot. This, he
thought, was due to"1 the fact that
Dr (Jarraichnol, of the Marine
Hospital servic, who investigated
tho caso, bad gone into quaran
tine, and thereforo wob unable to
communicate with Washington.
Genoral Wyraau wns confident
that there was no danger of the
plaguo gaining a foothold iu the
Hawaiian Islands, as the Marine
Hospital Sorvico, together with
tho other health authoritio?, uotiM
by propor precautionary measures
provont suspiciou9 cases from
landing. The plaguo has nover
appeared in tho Islands, and he
thought novor will. The health
officials will take steps to mako it
absolutely certain that tho disoase
will not havo an opportunity to
reBch the shoro at San Francisco.
The Tnptaln Pnlil.
Tho window in tho front of H.
Watorhouso fe Co. ofllco whioh
was Rmashed vcatordav bv a
drunken sailor of tho training ship
Proudonto Satmonto, has been
paid for by the captain of tho
V. UK UK IK Z i tfi tfi 1L tfi i, f!.i
THIS COUPON, J5S
tj And 25 Cents, tc
fc GOOD FOR ONE COPY W
I'On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
Souvenir Photo. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of this class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color-work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
AVo aim to kcop up with
tho BOOK TRADE, and
tho latest publuiiitioiiB will
bo found on our counters.
Any book not found in stock
will bo procured on short
notice. Large stock by the
popular miliums of tho day
always on hand. ,
316 FORT STREET.
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd,,
"THERE ARE NONE 80
BLIND AS THOSE
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
There are some people who cannot be
convinced that white is white and black
is black, because they are determined to
have their own way about it. Very Rood.
Such eop!e go through life missing the
great truths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There are others again who are con
vinceablc. It Is to the men of this class
that we like to talk about the merits of
They ate better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-to-order
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very best made-to-measure gar
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That Is
why we say Investigate the merits of the
clothes bearing this label before going to
a tailor. You risk nothing and stand to
win a lot.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTeflGy BlOCt
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 it, Hotel St.
AT COST !
We make tills announcement In the face
of a rising market.
Why? Because we' want the room for
other goods more strictly within our lines.
Our entire stock of
SHELF HARDWARE and
Will be sold at cost. This CLE ARANCE
SALE will commence on TUESDAY,
JUNE 20, and will continue until the en
tire stock is exhausted. The goods are
marked In plain figures.
You will find a few samples in our large
window. The stock Is on oursecond floor.
Take the elevator. You will find a sales
man In charge of this special department.
Come early before other dealers buy It out.
BQX. We want our customers to get this
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen's Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood ; Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
Kiw Wkkless Blue Flame OU Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Extra fine lot of Heavy Mules, nice driv
ing, and Saddle Horses at Honolulu Stock
Yards Co., corner Alakea-and Queen
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.
MISS H. PAULINE DINAN,
Of the MISSES DINAN of San Francisco,
Has Opened a Branch. Store
At the Egan Dry Goods Cos, FORT STREET,
Special Sale of Imported
Hats at Half Price.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES by every steamer from our San Francisco store.
Prices very moderate.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
We have a new line of LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND
HOSIERY. And we have the famous On and Off Dress Shield the
shield that can be changed from one waist to another without sewing.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, the Latest Styles in Collars and Cuffs,
Egan Dry Goods
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Invite their customers and the general public to inspect their
NEW: LINE:OF: GOODS,
Which will be sold at very reasonable prices for the
coming three weeks.
NOTE A limited numbor of shares In tho abovo Association aro' now ofloroil
for Kilo at tho par vuluo of $5 each. Application should bo inudo to tho Socretary,
Mr Hanapl, or to any moinborof tho Board of Directors, at the store, 420 Fort
A. V. GEAR, President. EDWARD K. HANAPI, Secretary.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX. Auditor.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox ?9 Telephone ).
THE CHARM OF WOMEN.
The wish to be beautiful is every woman's heritage. She never looses It. It
brightens every day of her life. There Is one charm within the reach of every
woman the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes it easy.
jCJLT THE Jl. X.. JLffa
NEW, AND FIRST-CLASS
Second Hand Furniture!
Of All Kinds Sold Cheap for Cash.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Second-Hand Furniture at the
X. Z2SL. X-A. corner Kuuanu and King streets.
S. W. LEnRRKR. Pmnrl.fnr.
TEA! TEA! TEA!
Just received, the famous RED SEAL BRAND of TEAS Oolong,
Pan Fired Japan, Natural Leaf Japan, English Breakfast, Ceylon,
Mixed, and Blended. This Tea cannot be surpassed for excellence and
price. At thestore of
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orplicum Block. -j- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
Co., Fort Street.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING 6T.
P. O. Box 836.