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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., JULY 13, 1899.
Nfcllthtd Every Day. except Surnlty, l no Cine
trcet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
iULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINOTON Editor
ANIEL LOGAN City fcdltor
THUltSDAY, JULY 13, 18W.
Work at tbo hiiaglo haa becnino
n nynonym-ffor work t Tho
Something retnurkablo is liourd
to happen whou the vnloM o
breaks out. Tho Oity of Colum
bia iictuallv not to "on.
With tho iipproicli if tho autc
mobib in Elom-ltitu it in weloon o
iiewa that thurti Is a gind opening
for Ilonolnhi imracq in nniu.
As an oviUimod oi ino Yaukco
civilisation of tho Ohiueao it
Bhotiltl ho notol that tho jovvoln of
a Chinese n'tno huvn Ikvmi Btnlcu,
So mini) ti.k ' vmu.iutt oulbroil:
e'.oriea havo Beutmit from Hawaii
thit anuo of the correspondent
wi'I do u'cll to fci nil bloug afiida
vita this ti'no.
A moothly leu.n'd of G81 busi
ness failuros in tho Unitml Slates
as ng-iimt 955 for Die samo moutli
of 1898 is an item that tho trust
breakers givA Ih-h than paaeiufj
Tho nontenant uovernor of
Koutuoky has tnarkod the tempo
rary nbeonco of Governor Ilrndliy
by pirdoniuy thirty-two convicts.
Bradley is uimyiug back to pro
Vdot a (jenpral jail (Itlivoiy.
Ten thousand Kansas wornpn
havo pledged tliemRelves to wear
divided skills iu stormy weather.
Tho old fashioned hoop skirt
would seem more appropriato to
cyclono woatker to aano.ro an easy
ride on the whirlwind.
Citizens of Hilo must bo losing
thoir heads. Dynarnito would
have just about as much influence
on a lava (low us black pigs and
whito chickens. Even the olli
ciala of the Republic of Hawaii
can't stop the flow and tho out
thing they cm do in this nlTrtir, as
in politics, is toget outfrom under.
Colonel Albert Why to is play,
ing his cards very carefully. In
nn interview givou (ho Tacomn
Ledger he says that ho does not
recommend American working
men to go to Hawaii, but if he
woro in thr-ir pined he would go.
Colonel "Why to ought to make a
B'ife poktr player if ho onpo took
a hand in tho notii ul game.
Will tho cruiser Uo3ton sail iu
to this port with a tnoro "how
dydo, glad to see jon" as ils only
reception ? Havo the annexation
istsforgotlen their speoinl aloha for
special ships of Ihe navy that have
bfou closely associated with the
hiftorical iuoideuin of the past ?
Havo wo lorgoltPii Dowoy's vic
tory; the pnrt tho Boston and hor
men took iu it and its powerful
inlluoncn in securing an Americau
tillo to Hawaii ? Honolulu may
be forgiven for lolling tho Mc
Collough pnoa witl.oul iniieh
notice, but it will ntvur do to give
the Boston tin indilTen ut marble
heart. As our National Guard
carries u ilag presented by tin
Boston, it vroulil st. em appropriate
for the ollicors of the Guard to
ratko preparations for a more or
less olaborato recpption
Tin: AuroiKiim.K assuiikd.
The introduition of tho automo
bile oirriago to Honolulu on a
largo so -de will probably, be re
garded by tho general publio with
mire or less curiosity and no' a
few wiso acres will qu"stion the
feasibility of the sohemt) from a
suosessfiil financial standpoint.
The men back of tho Bohemo how
ever are m su of means, who in
vestigate thoroughly boforo invit
ing, and am imt found in tvild-cit
When the autom bilooncn gats
hero it will como to slay. There
is ovory roaaon to beliovo that it
will bocomo ns tnarkod a factor in
tbo field of publio conveyance as
the bicycle has becorao among in
dividual?, and the osrriago horae
will likely bo givon a set back
hero as it Irs beou iu tho larger
cities of tho world. The oharact
or of our streots, tho distances
usually Ir.ivolol in publio or pri
vato carriagos and tho freedom
from hoavy grades oroato a condi
tion particularly favorable to tho
successful operation of tho horse
loss oarriago iu Honolulu, and the
rapid s'ridos that are being made
in tho perfection of tho motivo
power guarantoo that tho new de
parture has a more stable footing
than a pasting fad.
With automobiles soon to ar
rivo and tho work in connection
with tho eluctrio railway progress
ing rapidly tho day is not far dis
tant whou tho pojple of Honolulu
will have not only rapid trans
portation but cheap trnnsporta
tion as woll at their disposal.
TRANSVAAL CRISIS ACUTE
London, July 5. Tho Trans
vaul ctiais is still acute, nlthough
the result of Mr. Hoffmoyer's
journey to Pretoria is Baid to be
an amendmnut of the views on tho
part of Fresulont Krueger, ospo
oially as rognrds the naturaliza
tion. Tho Orango Free State haB
granted i'rosideut Stoyn leave to
go to Pretoria if bo deems it no
oessary. Tho President, in re
turning his thauks for the per
mission, regretted that his efforts
for peace had so far proved vain.
Hero iu London, last night,
Lord George Hamilton said that
no government in this country, of
Buy party, could put forward a
moro moilornto proposal on tho
behalf of tho Uitlanders than the
present Government has done,
nnd that no government could
hold oflico if it did not enforco
It may bo taken for grouted
that when the hour for nct'oti ar
rives tbero will bo no faint-heart
ednoss and no such Gasco as hap
pened when tho Boers thrashed
tho, British at Majuha Hill.
JCho Government is already
making inquires in Liverpool for
Atlantic liners for transporting
troopj to South Africa. Last
evening the "Pall Magazine" con
firmed tho report of two woeks
ago, that unless Krueger yields
soon 40,000 troops will garrison
tho Capo by September.
Them Will Ue Ko Mora Yelling.
SolomoD, tho leader of the
Quintette Club, stated, this morn
iny that ho had seen the article in
the Bulletin regarding tho yell
ing of ono of his men at tho dance
bironon the lanai of the Hawaiian
hotel tho other evouing nnd that
hereafter there will bo no moro
unnecessary yelling during tho
biuging of tho hulns for the danc
ing nf tho deux temps. Ho stales
further that the man who y oiled
was hardly to blame for his action
as he was being led on to it by
one of tho young men at the dance
who seemed to want to make
(hiugs lively. The remainder of
the boys wero not in favor of tho
I.llitoii'l New Com of Arnifj.
London, July 1. Sir ThomaB
Liptou now announces that he haB
aseumed a coat of arms of his own
tlevico, baso;! ou his business ca
reer. For a crest he has adopted
two "horny hands of Inbor," one
(.rasping n tea plant Hower and
the other a coffee blossom. The
shield bears a shamrock, iu mem
ory of hid uutivo land, and a this
tle, in commemoration of tho fnot
that he htartod in trade in Scot
laud. Hie motto is "Labor Con
quers All Things" Emperor Wil
liam of Uermauy is the latest in
puirnr regarding tho Shnmrock.
He has closely, though futilely
questioned tho British yaohtsmoo
at Kiel at to tier build and the
likelihood of bringing oaek the
At the homo of tho bride's par
ents nn Lilitia street last eveuing,
MisB Rbecua Puuui was mar rial
to Stephen Luka, a school teacher
from Maui. Tho ceremony was
performed by Rev. Kokipi assist
ed by Jlov. Timoteo. Tho Quin
tetto. Club was present and fun
iehed rausia for the luaii
that followed. A lnrgo uumborof
the friends of the young Hawai
ian8 wero present.
' Little Girl (to visitor) "My pa's a cooJ
man. He'll go to Heaven, won't he ?"
Visitor "Oh yes, Indeed : and are you
golng.to heaven, too ?"
Little Girl "Oh no, I'm going with
The P. C. & M. Co. have lust receiv
ed a nice variety of 22 calibre Rifles,
Parlor Rllles, and 50-30 Winchester Re
peating Rifles, together with a fresh 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 vour wheel saueaks. rattles.
runs heavy or the tires may leak) your
wcycie is sicki see me uocior at once,
the P.- C. & M. Co. When you leave
your wheel with them, and they promise
it to-day, vou'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
you promptly when finished. They are
not bicycle doctoring to cut prices, neither
are they at It for fun. But this Is why It
Is to your advantage to leave your wheel
at their factory. They will repair your
wheel when they promise, and repair It
honestly do, perhaps, a little better job
than you get elsewhere for the same prfcr.
All repairs done by the P. C. & M. Co. on
Fort street are guaranteed.
Angrl Waldo "If you wuz actually
obliged to work, Bill, w'ot would you
sooner he ?"
Beer Billings (thoughtfully) "Well, I
t'lnk In a case like dat i'd sooner be a bar
rel uv cider."
Save fifty per cent and have your nickel
plating done by the P. C. & M. Co.
GOOD FOR ONE COPY W
On to ManilaI
By DOUGLASS WHITE, S
"Examiner" Wr CorrtsfonJent.p
Scenic Postal Cards have
become a fad in Europe, Ger
many being the starting point.
The craze has spread until
even Hawaiian Scenic Postal
Cards 'may now be had, in
fifty different subjects, at 2$
cents per dozen.
' 110 Hotel street.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE 1
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
316 FORT STREET.
Lutest Boohs imblisliod al
ways on hand, or obtained on
short notice. Tho woi'Jch of
nil tho popular authors of tho
day, in doth or papor covers,
at puiiiiaiicrs' prices.
Light weight Papers for for
eign correspondence always
Photographic Views, Ourios,
fco. Tourists will always
iind soinerhitg to interest
thoin, whether they are pur
chasers or not.
"Tho Guido to the Islands,"
During my ahsence from the Islands
my brother, R. A. JORDAN, Is hereby
empowered to act for me imJer full power
126C1W E. W. JORDAN.
"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 people ko through life missing the
great truths 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
, 'Hiey ate better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the oilier tenth.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-tn orJcr
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very het 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. Scnd.for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerlcy BlOCl
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 0 ti. Hotel St.
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 slock of
SHELF HARDWARE and
Will be sold at cost. ThlsCLEARANCE
SALE will commence on TUESDAY,
JUNE 20, and will continue until theen
tfre 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.
BffiWe want our customers to get this
W, W. Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Iir porters of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen s Jewel Stoves, for coa! or
wood : Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators,
New VVickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Music . .
Honolulu Stock Yards Co
W. S. WITHERS,
Impoitois of ami Dealers In All KIiiiIh of
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Corner Alakea and
JUST LIKF, SILK !
AS 0000 AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Ow
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.
SPECIAL FOR THIS
Light Calico, 22 yards for JSi.oo; Indigo Blue Calico 11 yards for . 5
Si. 00; French Percale it yards for Si. 00. Ladies' Union Suit 75c; ' I
White Stockings, 2 pairs for 25c.
Fast Black Sox 10c a pair; fancy
gan Underwear,. 75c a suit.
Egan Dry ,Goods
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
i TEMPLE OF
Invite their customers and the
lllt till tin r a14 rt 4-
VVII1V.II Will UC SUIU UL VCiy ItUOUIiaUlt JJ11V.UO 1UI tut;
coming three weeks.
NOTE A lltnltod nuinbor of shurns in tho ubovo Asoclatlon nro now otTorctl
for ttalo at tlio par value of S ouch. Application should bo matlo to tho Socrotnry,
Mr Ilnnapl, or to any nientlxir o( tho Hoard of Director)), at tho store, 420 Fort
A. V. GEAR, President.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President.
Or you will mlts tho opportunity of getting ono of tlioso
Baby : Carriages : Just : Arrived
.'AT THE v
City Furniture Store,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
JS Lovo Building, 5H4-536 Tort St
TELEPHONES OniOo 840, ItOBldonco 840.
AT THE! I. X. T-.
NEW, AND FIEST-OLASS
Second Hand Furniture !
Of All Kinds Sold Cheap for Cdsli.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Second-Hand Furniture at the
I, ZSELn XLju 9 m corner Nuuanu and King streets.
S. W. IiEDEREK, Pioprlotor,
Smoked Halibut, Hams Bacon,
Just received per "Port Albert."
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orphcum Block. -t- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
At the Regular Annual Meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Pioneer Building
and LoaniAssocIatlon of Hawaii, held July
loth, 1899, the following were duy elected
to serve as officers for the ensuing year:
Theo. F. Lansing, President.
. S. B. Rose, Vice-President.
A. V. Gear, Secretary.
C. B. Gray, Treasurer.
The above, together with A. W. Keech,
Henry Smith, J. D. Holt, J. L. McLean
and W. L. Howard constitute the Board of
Directors. A. V. GEAR,
How brave California boys fought
for their flag is told in On To Ma
nila. . . . -
striped, 2 pairs "for 25c; Balbrig
Co., Fort Street.
general public to inspect their
OF: GOODS, J
9 iAiinnn 11 A ttnc frW 4 1 ft 9
EDWARD K. HANAPI, Secretary.
N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX, Auditor. 5.
P. O. Ilox M5.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Home Bakery Co., Ltd., held tills day,
the following officers were duly elected to
serve for the ensuing; year :
E. R, Blvens, President.
W. H. FIeld,Vce-Presldentand Manager.
'W.'E. Burnett, Secretary.
C. Johnson, Treasurer.
.Chas. Glrdler, Autlltor.
The above named officers, together with
A. V. Gear, form the Board of Director
W. E. BURNETT
Honolulu, July 11, iRog. i268-3t
On To Manila devotes an inter
esting chapter to the reception of
American troops' in Honolulu.