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THE, EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JULY 10, 1899.
'tllih.d Every Day, cept Siinliy, at no Klnt
mett, Honolulu, H. I by th
IULLRTIN PUBLISHING COMPAN
t R FARRINOTON Kiltoi
MEL LOUAN . . City EJItc
MONDAY, JULY 10. 1899.
Tuo oponing of a striko iti tbi
Cumegie Works lit lloincstotvl
does uot fivi rise to plonautil
memories of tho p tat. It ia quite
na dopraafliug us tbo alow psnoa of
Admiral Dowey'n opnuleta will
bo mlorued with four silver eturp.
One big iliumond utrtr lor tho
front if bis omit would spom moro
npproprinte to tho pnpnlnr opin
ion of Dewov'n rniik
Aonnuncemuut of tbo cletth of
Bobort Griovo is indopd sad nevs
to tliu Honolulu businoiB work'.
Mr Grievo win ono of the old
tinieis who, thnuijh unontontati
0U9, vn8 univprsnllv rewpocted.
Notwituslni'iling itll that hns
been Biiid of the nugrpssiveucsa t f
tbo Unitfd States, it is worthy t f
nolo tliHt our imtiou docs not
figure ns one of Iho principals in
tbo four great dangers to tLo
pence of tho world
The opening of the Maniln
bjuooIs wbilo ibero is wsr in pro
gress on tho very oulekirts of the
city brings tn mind the old dny
in tbo Colouies, when school chil
dren hid to bo protected from'thp
American Indinu raids. Opening
of shippinp poitB, public school'-,
and tho general resumption of
bu iucss about Manila is n har
binger of posce which it is to bo
hoped cannot boupsot by tho Fili
pino. DIFFICULTY IN HAMOA.
Correspondent Williamsou of
tbo Call and Hernld represents n
elite of nfFnirs in Samoa tbi-t
aipurs nn thing but an early Eel
tlorae'nt of the islaud troubles. Bv
no menuB the least of the hickor
ings ou hand is a serious difficul
ty betweon Justice Chambers and
American Consul Osborne. It if
.predicted that Chambers will b
Bent home in disgrace, that Knntz
will bo neither upheld nor con
demned by the commission; thai
tho lighting at Sumoa was unne
cessary and that the Germau aud
American Commissioners nro dis
posed to unite against tho British
representative in tbo sessions of
Williamson's revelations conn
coitainly ns n turpiite boing on
'tirely at varinnco ith tho general
r.-prtsoiiUtiooa that have "been
mnde in thoJJritUii and Germau
press as well as the Amerioan
papers. How well grounded he
is iu his statements cm only be
' determined vhen tbo duliboratioLS
and conclusions of tho Commis
sion nro raid public. Both tho
Call and tin Herald being araniip
' tho ant'-imporinliritio press of the
' country, it may bo that thoir cor
respondent tones bit despatches
with a view to despirago nggivE
sivo Bction on tho pnrt of the
United States and belittle tho odi
010,1s who were foromut in mnk
ing Amoricia war power felt.
The general tonor of Williamson's
doapatchua ia such as to warrant
tho safe o inclusion that thero nro
' two sides to tho Simoao proposi
' tion and whntevor the jiibtico of
tho contention of Consul Os
borno, the Call-Herald correspon
dent is the first to make them
Vn to fcra m. Mutcli,
Now that Willie Both has ro
turned from Oaklaud tho tennis
players of the city aro v,- y
anxioas to bo? a tenuis match at
ranged between himself and Ohns
ElBton. Thn Intter is this yfirV
champion iu siuglea while Will'e
Both wou thai honor lint your. It
is moro than likely that n in'tU'h
will bo mm u !.
Harmon jLodge, No. 3, 1. O, O
F., meet at 7:0 this eveniig in
ON HOARD TUB HAH.M1K.NTO.
Tliu principal placo of nttrnc
tion yesterday was tho Argentine
rnimug ship Prcsidouto Sarmien
to, where 83rd anniversary of the
independence of tho Argentine
republic was appropriately cole
brnlul, Crowds of peoplo woro enter
tained on tho ship during thn day.
In tho oveningtho ehip wan ilium
mounted. From a distanco it
looked like a fairy scono and at
tracted the attention ot all.
At 7 o'clock u banquot was hek
ia tbo otllcers wardroom. The
biuquct was strictly an official
one those present being Hon. H.
M. Sowall, Minister of Foreign
AtYairs Mott-Smith and wifo, At
tomey Gonernl Cooper and wifo,
OhibiiI Gonoral Haywood and
wife, Captain Pond and wifo.
Oorumnndor J. F. Merry U. S. N .
Urn. F. M. Hatch, tho Misses
Carrie and Martha Afong, N Por
ter Boyd and wifo and Miss
T(1AT MAKAWKLI DUAL.
Tho article in thjs morning's
papi r regarding tho Mnkawoli
sugai deal is generally mislead
ing 11 nil incorrect as to figuro.
brom rolinble information tho
Bulletin' can statu that the deal
included only the holdings of
Alexander & Baldwin which have
oeeu uirnrtt mio a eynuicaie ot a
much lower ptieo thau tho origi
nal option price of S225. Tho
stock ha- not beon sold at all only
turned iu to tho syndicate as cost,
and as wob said bofore only in
cludes tbo Alexander & Baldwin
poitiou. Mr. Hcoht had nothing
whntevor to do with the matter.
Tbo price bid as quoted iu the
Advertiser this morning is $295
tbilo ou tbo oxobango this morn
iog b225 was aoknd and $210 bid.
WADE WILL IlEIIAIX.
Purser McCombo of tho Austra
lia made tbo following statement
this morning in regard to tho po
sition takon by tho Federal Grand
Jury in tho Wade cneo:
"I havo it on tho very best
authority that the action taken by
tho Jtouornl (iraud Jury was
simply as a safeguard in cneo
Wauo should got off down hero on
somo technical point. Iu that
oveut, ho will bo rearrested and
token to Sun Frnnoisco for trial.
Thero will bo no attempt made to
tako Wado away from Honolulu.
Ho will bo tried by tbo Hawaiian
Ja!iro Kplli Dead,
Judgo 8. K, Kupihea, aged GO,
an old timo Hawah&nj and one of
tho mostly highly respecled moo
iu the Islands, and on Molokui iu
particular, died at the home of
Judge Wilcox, Kalihi, Sunday
morning aftor a very long illness.
Hi bedy will bo sent to Pukoo,
Molokai, tho place of his birth, nt
three o'cloek this afternoon.
NoitherJMrs Wilcox (tho nearest
relative of the decORBed) nor Judgo
Wilcox will nccompnny the re
mains on accoaut of tbe illness of
S K. Kupihea was judge, tax
assessor, and member of the
Horif 0 of BepreseutativeB for seve
ral years during tho Monarchy.
Ho was known as one of the most
hospitable and fair-minded of
THE -DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
looMcllryde, i1; EooJo, i)J; lok'lhel, g; lodo, 9
10 do, 9, ;o do, 9, V Oahu, ago, 15 Klhd pIJ up, 4)'
o Klhel, ii iiTOIaa. 1.11' 100 McBryde, 170,
lOKjlmlto 2. 100 do 1 8o inn Me HrvJ 9 So. inn k'a
milo 1 85. ;o Akllrvde 9 73. f Nahlku a, 500 Mc-
wi s t,, 4 vs.iiiu sgu, iuu ivamaio 1 00, 43 uisa
1. 10, 10 Kihel o 75
Ulthop Newmunn Dylnir.
Saratoga, N. Y July 8. At 0
o'clook this morning thero was no
improvement in the condition of
Bishop John P. Newman, of tho
Methodist iiipiso ipal Ghuroh.
Doctors attending him were uu
nblo to givo any encouraging fn
formatioli. Ho is believed to bo
gradually succumbing to myelitis
juxl pneumonia. Tue liislini) ia 7o
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled' hand
irf making enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
1 10 Hotel street.
b Oflicer Kiili, formerly of tho
harbor front pilioe, hns been de
tailed by Mr hi! Brown to duly
in the oilier of the Attorney Gen
era! as metsouger.
Little Girl (to visitor) "My pa's a good
man. He'll go to Heaven, won't he ?"
-Visitor "Oh yes, Indeed j and are you
going to heaven, too ?"
Little Girl "Oh no, I'm going with
The P. C. & M. Co,
ed a nice variety of 22 calibre Rifles.
Parlor Rifles, and
s. and 1010 w
o-?o Winchester Re
peatlng Rifles, together with
a iresii line
Marv had a little hen.
'Twas feminine and queer,
It laid like smoke when eggs were cheap,
And stopped when eggs were dear.
'Sometimes your wheel squeaks, rattles,
runs heavy or the tires may leak; your
bicycle Is slckl See the Doctor at once,
the P. C. & M. Co. When you leave
your wheel with them, and they promise
It to-day. you'll get it just when It's prom
ised. And the repairing won't be neglect
ed! If they can't do It justice-In the time
you ask, they'll tell you, and deliver It to
vou promntlv when finished. Thev are
not blcvcle doctorinir to cut nrlces. neither
are mey at 11 lor lun. out tins is v ny it
is to your advantage to leave your wheel
at tncir lactory. I hey will repair your
wheel when they promise, and repair It
honestly do, perhaps, a little better job
than you get elsewhere for the stine price.
All repairs done by the P. C. & M. Co. on
Fort street are guaranteed.
AngrI Waldo "If you wuz actually
obliged to work, Bill, w'ot would you
sooner be ?"
Beer Billings (tlioughtfully)-"Well, I
t'lnk In a cae like dat I'd sooner be a bar
rel uv cider."
Save fiftv ner cent and have vour nickel-
plating done by the P. C. & At. Co.
if r kfj. srim M(. r v;. r 7i &?
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY
1'On to Manila,!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
-J "Lxamlntr War CorresponJtnt
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE 1
STEAM HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
316 FORT STREET.
Latest Uooka published al
ways on hand, or obtained on
short notice. Tho "works of
all tho popular authors of tho
day, in cloth or papor covers,
at publishers' prices.
Light woight Papers for for
oign correspondence always
ou hand. '
H awaiian Fans,0alabashe8,
Photographic Views, Ourios,
&c. Tourists will always
find something to interest
them, whether they are pur
chasers or not.
"Tho Guide to tho Islands,"
ftf 1? r w
Ul li ui
Between Keeaumoku and Kewalo,
containing 20,070 square feet. Place
well improved. For 'further par
ticulars apply to
F. L. WALDRON,
At the Grocery Department of
T. H. Davies & Co.
Pnwlift HiiPflivjiPA f!n U
"THERE ARE NONE SO
BLIND AS THOSE
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
There are some
people who cannot be
convinced that white Is white and black
Is blsck, because they are determined to
na e ineir own way about it. very good.
Such people ro through life missing the
groat tmths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There are others again who are con
vlnceable. It Is to the men of this class
that we like to talk about the merits of
'I hey are better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
Alfred Benlamln & Co.'s clothes -nt
about half the price of made-to truer
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
or tne very nest maue-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
niauor. jou risK noining and stanu to
win a lot.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Under.vear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerley BlOGi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. q 11, Hotel St
AT COST !
We make this 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 soldat cost. ThlsCLEARANCE
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 our second floor.
Take the elevator. You will find a sales
man In charge of this special department.
Come early before other dealers buy It out.
B-We want our customers to get this
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Aceivs Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus OH Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Honolulu Stock Yards Co
Importers 0 and Doalorx In All Kinds of
Hay, Grain, Etc.
,-,, Corner Alakea and
JUST LIKF SILK !
. AS eOOD AS SILK !
Is What We
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. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
H. PAULINE DINAN,
Of the MISSES DINAN of San Francisco,
Has Opened a Branch Store
At the Egan Dry Goods Co.'s, FORT STREET,
Special Sale of Imported
. Hats at Half Price.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES by every steamer from our San Francisco store.
Prices very moderate.
EUAN DRY GOODS CO.,
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK 'f
Light Calico, 22 yards for $1.00; Indigo Blue Calico 11 yards for
Si. 00; French Percale it 1 yards for Jsi.oo. Ladies' Union Suits 75c;
White Stockings, 2 pairs for 25c.
Men's F"ULX'X3.)slxixxs:ss :
Fast Black Sox 10c a pair; fancy striped, 2 pairs for 25c; Balbrig"
gan Underwear, 75c a suit.
Egan Dry Goods Co., Fort Street.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
I TEMPLE OF FASHION
Invite their customers and the
NEW : LINE :
Winch will be sold at very reasonable prices tor the
coming three weeks.
NOTE A llmltedWmbor of ttlmres In tho abovo Association nro now oflferod
for sain nt tlio jmr value of $5 oacuSi Application should be uitulo to tho Socrotary,
Mr. Ilanapl, or tonny mombor of tho lioard ot Directors, at tliu storo, 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. Box (79 Telephone yt
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.
AT THE I. X. E
NEW, AND riEST-OLASS
Second Hand Furniture !
Of All Kinds Sold Cheap for Cash.
Highest Cash Price Paid forSecond-Hand Furniture at the
JC- 3C X-fl. 9 corn or Nuunmi and King streets.
S. W. LEDnrtUR, Proprietor.
Tolephono 178. p. p. Box B3C.
; Spiced Herrings,
Smoked Halibut, Hams Bacon,
Just received per "Port Albert."
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orphcum Block. -j- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fres.li and cold.
general public to inspect their
OF : GOODS,
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Claim for Our
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