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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., JULY 17, 1809.
itlltht4 tvttr Day, ept SunJay, at ito Xing
ltictt. Honolulu. II, I., by U
3ULLFTIN PUBLISHING COMPVNY
T H MKKINCITO.N tJII
ANIEL LOGAN Cltyfcllto
MONDAY, JULY 17, 1839.
It I' more limn un even chnnco
tint Hitwnii'rt Executive will 1 i a
oover in tlio titil far dinttuit futuro
Unit Hnwnii'fl ml mission day is
July 7, not Anjju'it 1'2.
Political foicoihtiTH ofthoDt-
tn icruuy predict that fit tlio no.t
Domncnuic ii'iuiinntinp oonvrn
tlon OuIoqpI Brvnn will bo norai
nito.l fur Piuauk'ut on tlio lirit
ballot, ami put before tlit couutry
ou n silver pin ji a. This ih
plcnsHtit now- fortln Ilepnhli
citlB' gJCof plnl w'th tin Fourth of July
incident, tlio Ext'cutie's ting mis
iogdiij cclcltrnlioiiirtiiothiti inon
or lose tliun mi exiiiiii pnsp of
potty nffii'iii'lii'; a lnh utifartun
nto attempt to Hott tl-e silly nlli
oinl d'guity to wi.ich tun ollicinlt
of Ilnwuii scrro to cling with ili
Mokuawoowoo ie after nil vorj'
tt'icornttodnt'iiH' i-' cintieii (j if
lava Hows to the regions hereto
foro trnveistd. Tlio only iiuprove
runt needed is an outbrenk in
EiUueii uhero the liruwoika can
bo easily eoeu. Night mates of
pBhnehno scorn to bf the principal
memories of those who bare veil
ed the prcBnut native crater.
The lato Iiobort Bonier was
renlly one of tlin in st rorunrkible
mi'ii of the nation iu tin' Odd or
money Iceping. II" made money
in the nowspiper basinaM and
didn't loBt it alt in Imndlinp fsst
horses. Had ho tnckled tho thea
trical business nud still held on to
liia fortune, tho record would haw
beon without an equal.
Tho statistical department of tho
Chicnmi Tubulin ropjrts the
Fourth of July CHfliialliH from 12"
cities ms: JJriu), 33, injured 1730
and firu Im-n SWS.nfO. If the
conmir? bureau should tnko up
tlii-i work it would piobably find
that more liven and money linv
bson sacrificed iu celebrating the
firaudeur of the nation than wore
expended by th wars nineo '70".
Itcmarks from buc-inrss men
indicate that the winning to Itnli
ns eout out by the Svi Francico
LaborConueil is lakon too eerions
ly. It is uot likely tlirt the letter
sont out by the Council will
either mak, break or ppt the lcal
labor market up iu business The
document is merely an GsproHsion
of radical opini-in aud radical
criticism. If under American
rulp, sharper criticism of HawiiiiV
lobar pjstoni it not offered, the
p-ioplo of Hnwaii mny coiihider
themsolves lucky. The best way
to rotutn criticism is to set to
work improving I lie labor condi
tion, nud uot epend time to d-ny
oharges tlmt uik tomta against it.
-Tun people of Hawaii ore to
linvirnu examplo of what tho Exo
outivo Oonncil menus by a statu
fanutmn. Tho Executive building
oiuld uot boused when tho people
asked for it in connection with
tho celebration of tho national
Iudependenco diy. Too recep
(ion und ball to be given by II n
wnii'n oflioial circle iu honor of
ling raising dny honovsr is to be
held iu tho Executive building; it
is an "Exooutivq funotiou." In
other words a celebration in Ha
waii is uot rocoguized by Hawaii'd
oiDuiuldom, let the importance of
tho evo it culubnitoil bi what it
may, unless the Kieoutivo is strict
ly "in ii" mil nun the wlio'o
thing. This demonstration of
"state functions" by tho Exeonlive
is interontingly valuable, Tho
peoplo will attend tho reception
und ball tiuito jenerilly, uot for
lovo of tho Executive but because
the Executive i using tho people's
inouey to pay tho tiddler nud tho
people nro disposed to get all the
f-iii nmy can out of thoir money
wlmtlipr it is being expended by
thoir consnut or not.
Continual from Pago 1.
direction or fntt enough to cross
the divide It has now turned nud
when 1 left the tlow it had cone iu
the direction of Hilo for about ono
mile. Jieiug on Hut ground it can
not make 6peed and tho tendoncy
of an ii-u flow is to uo slow. The
How of 1880 nnd 1831 started a
this one did, tint is it wts of the
nrnn character, but it afterward
uhsuged topalioehoo aud was only
ono vook getting into the wood"
b'ick 'f Hilo, from that point, its
progress wns slow, oxtemling over
nine months bpforo it Blopped back
of Uilo town. Iu tho bepiuuing of
tho pioent flow thero wore two
points at which tho lava broke out
imo ibuve the other, hut th one
a mile u oarer tho Buinmit hub
stopped tlowing, all the forces
bi'iiij,' concentrated nt tho lowor
cone whinh is rapidly building up.
U o could see but ono main tlow
aud tho reported tlow to Knwaihao
ih the e hiii o, but it will not go
there ju.ljzin;; from tun csursn it
nus uow taken. It is plainly visi
ble f i oin tho Waimea roid aud the
illnge and for a dny or so tho
residents felt that it would 6urely
go to Kuwaihae. This present
outbreak nffotds a wonderful oxpo
linuue even to thoto who bavd
witnessed previous flows aud in
my opinion the scone is tho most
thrilling that has been witnessed
here in many years. Unless visi
tors g near tho flow, I was with
in a milo of it, they cau have uo
real conception of tho magnitude
or the grandeur."
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1HTOHK IIIN P1NUKR.
F. B. McStocker, manogor of
Olna pluutation, is uow minus the
titht joint of the little finger on his
Piz'i, tii'il. I'll1 iccitlent took
placo on Friday last.
Just recently Mr. MacStockor
imparted three terriors and loik
them to Olaa with him. Ou Fri
day, two of these got into a fight
with a larger dog. An attempt was
made to pull off tho intruder but
tho lit tlo dogs did not wish a
withdrawal and kept biting nt
him. Air. McStockor msdoa slap
at one of bin dogs and, quick as a
Hash, the. littlo fellow made a jump
nud took off tho first joint of his
littlo fiuger as clean as if a cloiver
had been used. Mr. McStockor
refused to do anything to the dog
as the bite was inado during tho
heat of battlo.
This house shows no let up in
tho matter of crowded houees or
tlio increasing average of those
turned away for lack of seatiug
accommodation. Post and Ma
riouV) Boriu comic drnma ''Eucher
cd"lu which most of the company
appear was n laughable success
The Blond Hartwolls nfter civinc
a'cako alk were later joined by
tuo two Baiviuts; the aeilo quartet
dotiig some wonderful nud origin-
.! I (its in tuiiilillug aii.l acrobntiu
work. In thoir pyramid act they
wore leudly choertd, their grace
ful forms Bbowing to ndvantnge in
ueat co-ituiue.fi. Boggs and liao
wood are clear cut sliiuiug lights
who never fail to please. Po?t
ludMarhn ih a team are run
uiug umooth nt each appearance.
In the 'Two Doctors" thoir ridi-
culiiotH wi deisms caused mars of
lauuhU't. Miss Brandes was also
well ncuived iu her pathetic
DtlMrO V. Wfnzct.
0. F. Wenzel, the hrakeumn who
WRR M n liriillv lnirf hv llin
6. U. & L. Oo.'h train at Hnlawn
Friday uftertioon, died nt the
Queen's Hosp'ilal Batimlsy, nud
wni uiirit-u ounuay ultornoon.
'Pliern wnrn nrnunnl ilin momlioru
of the Beameu'o Clul, I'rehident
JJillingham ana railroad omuials
and Mr. Schiillze ropi pointing
Iliu 0.limu,i r...iuiit rl'liA CI...
mnii'M Oliili innrnhiwt in a 1 .ilv
The pall bearers went Mr. Owons
and M. Fol U H. 8. Iroquois, Air.
oods, Air. uirn ami air. ownn
blirv Peniel Mism'nn nnd Mr
Smith, Soamou's Club.
xtie funeral took plnce from tho
Peuiel Mission on Hotel ptroet.
M. F. Soukh has been arrested
on the charge of selling liquor
wiuioui a uconso.
U1TS OP HUMOR AND STERLING
"Is Mrs. Untlds on your calling list,
Mrs. MontRomery ?"
"Yes, but not on my visiting list. Wc
call the telephone book our cilllng list
The Sterling wheels nro In the leaJ I
Horses for racing purposes, or most any
other, are in comparison to the Sterling.
One of these handsome, up to date wheel
Is "a thing of beauty and a ioy forever."
The joys of an open'alr existence and a
spin on one of the built-like-a-watch wheels
Is a pleasure worthy of a king.
"Don't touch me," said the chrysanthe
mum, as It leared awav from the rose. "I
would be foolish to attempt It," replied
the rose ; "It's a well-known fact that j ou
haven't a scent."
"Wlthall my worldly goods I theeendow"
He stopped short his strong brain
"seemed to reel
"At least with all of them" he stammer'd
"Except my brand new Sterling Chain
Editor: "Did you write those jokes
Managsr P. C. & M.. Co.: "Yes, sir."
Editor: "You must be older than you
Don't ilde a wheel unless It's a good
one. Don't pay more than a wheel Is
worth. Don't take chances on an unknown
make. Go to the Pacific Cvcle & M'f'g
Co., on Fort street, and buy a Sterling
bicycle that has a reputation.
St. Peter: "Which wife do you wint
to live with ?"
Shade: "Are thev all here ?"
St. Peler: "Yes.'!
Shade: "I thought this was heaven?"
Itrglafd-a n Kick.
Eugono Utivauoholle, In'ely n
member of the Mounted Police,
eniiin fioiu M doliiiiu few duyti ago
to apply Tor a licausn to sell light
wines nud beers at Pukoo. This
has been refused, nnd Duvnnchelle
feels keenly about the matter. Uo
statoa that natives aud Ohiuomon
nil oxer the island nro selling
liquors, wines, nnd beers of all
kinds without licenses.
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5 THIS COUPON,
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g.s vnu 25 ucnis, rm
UUUU r-UK UiSb COPY i
I'On to Manila.1
f o.. nno. .o. ..,. ' f
t djt uuuui.H3o nnnc,
SSU -t-.nminer wartoncno-iofnti.
v 'A9'A "!i !!i Ki1K ri US -ii.
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE i
STEAM HOSE !
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance in
Pacific Mm Co., Ltd.,
316 FORT STREET.
Xilltost Hooktf liiililinlinfl nl-
ways on liaud, or obtititictl on
sliort nolico. Tho Avorks of
all tho popular authors of tlio
day, in ololh or paper oovow,
:u puDiisnortr iiricos.
Light woight Paporrt for for
oign corro.sioii(!ico always
Pholograpliio Views, Ourios,
vc. i-oip-ists will always
iind sonietliioir fo intornst
tlioni, wlinlhor tlioy aro pur-
ouasors or not.
"Tho Guiilo to tho IsIuiuIm."
"THERE ARE ME 80
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
There are some people who cannot be
convinced that white Is white and bl.ick
Is black, because they are determined to
have their own way about It. Very Rood.
Such iople ko through life inlsslnc the
Rroat truths and the greatest happiness as
well as lOmfolt.
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 hev nrc 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 everydeslrable attribute
of the verv bct 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 : : WaverlB? BlOCl
Wo Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. f;6. No. o it, Hotel St.
AT COST !
We make this announcement In the face
of n 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. Tills CLEAR ANCE
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 tills special department.
Come early before other dealers buy it out.
DSft-We want our customers to get this
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
-Vou Holt Block, King Htreet.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen's Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood : Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Honolulu' Slock Yards Co
Important of nnd Doiilorlii All KIiuIh of
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Corner Alakea nnd
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS O00D AS SILK !
Is What We Clclm 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. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
Is showing a new lino of
HIBHONS, VE1LIXG3, BELTS and BELT BUOKLE3
ut very low prices. And a
JkG1Cl?!Ei X'ULX'Zl.isll.iZl.grS S
Egan Dry Goods
-zr QTIKCnEj "
Hawaiian Dry Goods Associatioa
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.
XOT12 A limited number of Blmres In tho nbovo Association aro now ofloroi!
for wilo at tlio pnr vnluo of 85 each. Application nIioiiM bo niado to tlio Sucrolury,
.Mr Hamuli, or to any ni'iiilhir o( tliu IkunI nt Directum, at tin 8 tore, -J2J L'orl.
A. V. GEAR. President. EDWARD K. HANAPI, Secretary,
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANUEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX. Auditor,
One of the Many Reasons "Why to Insure in
The Germania Life Insurance Col
i IVIiTVV YOK.K
In prcfcrcnco to other Compniiles
Is Its Unexcelled Pinanoial Strength.
WI1II9 a few Companies oxcood it in size merely, tlio Oerinunla holds a fore
most position in point of financial Uronntli, iu shown by tlio following oxhlblt :
asskm to eaciisi.oooopinsuhanokinfohck.
Insurance In force AJmltud Asstli Auets to Inc.Asstts rcq lo-
vi'iiiinr. LrK. )i.
Ocrmanla Life $70,556,268
ManliatUn Llfo 67,ll!0,-144
liiutuiblo Llfo 1)37,167,131
Now Knglaml Mutual 110,241, IM
Now York Llfo 01-1,021,120
Pacific Mutual 18,522,715 1
Bun Life of Cnimda 40.0H.1.105
Tlio llaiirf h In liioso coliiinng nro taken from tlio Anmnl llenott of tho Sunnr-
lntendentof tho Insurance Dopartmont of tho Stato of Now York for tho year
ending Docombor 31, 1698.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
Judd Building, Honolulu.
Smoked Halibut, Hams Bacon,
Just received per
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
,, Orplicum Block. -t- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box bn our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents Sop Clariphos
1 ms dciiihk is acKiiuwiniKu Dy several or me most expert engineers on tho
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
AUn Affents for Ceeheter Hrne HBAV AriATC wadb f ...i.t.i. ..-.. 11 11
A jcood selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM. LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. ' L"NVJUUumi LAW"
JLime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
Doulcv in Dry Goods, Grocer
BooN und Hires, ete
Al fllllllltv T.. A. Illi.n r.iiKul..
No 4(19 Nim.inu btioct,'i-or. Chaplain Kt.
j . u. jioj. iuij, j-jj
PU11SES, SIDE OOIKS,
Complete Lino of .
Co., Fort Street.
Vic 31,1898. each $1000 rnk.oili Co'j slg.
01 insurance asuermanil.
& Dick's Baiata Belting.
And Papor Hangor.
183 Nuuami AveniiH, Honolulu, H. I.
iMiM &&&fa&k-'ij wi.c -ttJkj&f.
iiM i$i& SirniA
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