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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. J., JULY 22. 1899.
TVitlMk4 Eriiy Dy, ctpt Sund.y, at tio Klnr
' itiMt. Honolulu, H. I., by tot
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. m. FARRINGTON Editor
IMNIEL LOGAN City Editor
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899.
iSvory bolder of assossablo
tocke will cordially ondorse Min
iAttr Damon. If there's any
boom on at the present time, a
aeodlo in a hnystnok is harder to
find, than to Inoalo it.
Governor Pingreo has given bo
"jM2ch attention to three-cent
street railway faros thtt it Booms
1 come as second nature for him to
3uvo a picayano viow of tho national-policy
" To aek tbo colored regiment to
Jeivo revolvprs on board tho trans
'P rt is all right to bu! rf qnesflhem
iforgft their razors is toocmnch.
"fTho colorfd citizen without his
razor almo't Iopph his identity.
It wouldn't bo a bad scheme for
both tho stork exchances to tako a
vacation until an importation of
bw money is received. The prin
cipal business in tho stock market
eoms to bo to knock the values
After wining aud dining the
volunteers on their way to the war
it is highly appropriate to say tho
least, that some attention should
bo paid the boys after they have
won their laurels. Honolulu can
-4hahk' Souator McOandless for
tirring up tho people to a sense
of their dntv.
Betnrning volunteers tell the
old story of days spent in marob
i g op hill and down dalo chasing
Filipiuos and then marching baok
gain leaving tho territor to the
enmy. If Otis doesn't oill for
enough men this time, '.bo should
ba reduced to the ranks and crt a
taato of the fun of fighting for
The Bulletin has no com meal
' to niflkn at present upon Judge
Frear's stalenieut relative to the
' 03urt ami the adminintration. His
, rjfereuce to the consuls, howover,
' a .'gouts the qnoition oF what U
ill -status of these cousuls. In a
Te:ent consular report from tho
: Stito Department, the signature is
jiiblisbod "Former Consul Gen
eral." It is not surprising that
representatives of tho Hawaiian
' Government are accordt d their o'd
, time titles. Washington authori
ties K cognize a charge.
USINK88 ACTIVITY IN MANIM.
No better evidence of trade fol
lowing the Aug can bo givon than
the warnings that are bejng sent
ont by foreign consul') at Manila
. suggesting that the Europeans
, who have formerly mouopuliz d
the Philippine trade look to their
The French consul at Manila
has forwarded to his government
' u long list of enterprises the Ame
ricans tiro establishing throughout
tho archipelago. Ho predicts that
tho appearance of Manila is des-
' tinol to change in a short'time
and adds that, unless they change
their methods the Spanish will be
forced to go out of business.
"What will be tho importance of
: this current when these newcom
ers are free to direct tho commer
cial doatiniea of the Philippines
fli)nd this market with all the pro-
duels of their industries ?
"The English and Gorman
t marchants, formerly toasters in
this colony, watch with keen in-
" t-rest the events now in progress
; an 1 await, with uudisguiaed iuo.
pttieuce, the teruiiuation of the
struuglo between tho Americans
an I tho inBurueuts, that they may
d seem tho turn that things will
t ike. No one, however, doubts
tht a strong rivalry is about to
arise, aud they regret the putt
condition of affairs and tbo ad
vantages they then possessed."
It is further Btated that many of
tho wealthy residents bavo left for
Hongkong or suspended business.
Tbey are retiring on what they
have made and leaving tho com
mercial field to men who have
moro mercantile ginger in thoir
blood. Within tho few months
the Americans havo been in tho
country tho general upset all
along tho business lino is appar
ont. French merchants aro re
commended not to depend on
consular reports but to send com
mercial travelers into tho Mold to
investigate as they would an en
tirely new market. Americans
have alwavs been noted for the
rapid ohanges wrought by thoir
businoss activity in temperato
regions and much has been writ
ten of what they couldn't do in
tho tropics. The way tbey are
stirring the dry mercantile bones
of Munila in the short time their
attention has been centered in
that dirootion is not only an ob
jct lesson to the Europeans, but
also bIiows that tbo idea bf tbo
United States withdrawing from
tho Philippines will be given
short shrift whon tbo question
comes up for final dpoiion.
TO CHANGE REVENUE LAWS
Washington, July 13. It ia al
together probable that the npxt
aunual report of the Internal Re
veouo Bureau will recommend a
number of changes in tbo war
revenue act. The internal revenue
officials aro of the opinion that the
law might properly bo extended in
certain directions without becom
ing at all burdensome to the pub
lic, and in a way to produco con
siderable rovenue. One of the
propositions now under consider
ation is to assess a tax on tho sale
or rental of all patont protected
nrticUa. In speaking of the mat
ter today, one of the officials spoke
of tbo tolephone companies iu ibis
connection, and at the same time
said that there were many inven
tions producing an enormous pro
fit which could well stand a reve
It probably will be suggested to
Congress that express and tele
grapu companies doing a money
exchange business be required to
pay bu annual tax for tup privi
leges. Although taxes aro now
p-tid on receipts and tolegraraH
repeotively, it is poiuted out that
bankers are required to pay a
yearly tax of 830, which is regaid
ed is a diocriminnti n against
them. It is probable that each
express aud telegraph office in
towns having ovf r a certain popu
lotinn, if the views of tho treasury
officials are approved by Congress
will be required to pay a certain
yearly tax for the privilege of do
ing an exchange business. It is
also likely that a modification of
tho law with respect to mutual in
surance companies may be raied
In the proxent act there is con
siderable obscurity with resp-ct to
the provisions as to those compa
nies, both tiro and life. It is
pointed out that a number of the
leading companies in the country
aro operated upon the mutual
plan. S ime of tbeso are ptyiug
the tax without protest, but there
is doubt as to their liability in
this respect. It is believed, how
over, that Congress dearly intend
ed to make the exemption apply
to local companies doing a striotly
local bu-inoss, without surplus or
undivided profits or money at
thoir command with which to pay
largo salaries to their officers.
The wedding of Miss Madeline
Perry Hartwell and Albert Fran
cis Judd Jr., took place at the
home of Gen. Hartwell. Fuunui
a' 1 p. ra. yesterday. The Rev
W. M. Kiuotid performed the
ceremony. Uuly tbo immediate
relatives wore proient. W. O.
Smith, as uncle of the bride, gave
her away. Miss Bornico Hartwell
was maid of-honor nud Jas. R.
Judd best man.
At 5 o'clock there was a recep
tion on tho lawn whii'h was at
tended by a large number of
friends. Musio was furnihed by
tun Quintette Club. Tbo recep
tion tiuished, the newly mairied
couple wout ovor tho Pali to fh
Juld country placo to spend their
News was received on a recent
steamer of the death ot J. B. Con
noil, a contractor wbodld a large
amount of building in Honolulu.
BITS OF HUMOR AND 8TERL1NG
, , FACTS.
"ls Mrs. Batkls on your tailing list,
Mrs. Montgomery ?""
"Yes, but not ,on my visiting list. We
t;M i me icicpiiunc uuuit uur (.ailing nsi
The Sterling wheels are In the lead I
Horses for racing purposes, or i most any
other, are In comparison to the Sterling.
One of these handsome, up to date wheels
is "a thing ot beauty and a joy torever.
The joys of an open-air existence and a
spin on one of the bullMlke-awafch wheels
Is a pleasure worthy'of a king.
"Don't touch me," jald the chrysanthe'
mum, as it leaned awav from the rose. "I
would be fonlfoh to attempt If," replied
the rose s "It's a 'Well-known fact that ou
haven't a scent" '
"With alfmy worldly goods I thee endow"
He stopped shott his strong brain
seemed to reel
"At least with all of them"-he stammer'd
now . .
"Except my brand new Sterling Chain
Editor: "Did you write those jokes
Manager P. C. & M. Co.: "Ye, sir."
Editor: "You must be older than you
Don't ride 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 ri Sterling
bicycle that has a reputation.
St. Peter: "Which wife do you want
to live with?"
Shade: "Ar they all here ?"
St. Peter: "Yes1'
Shade: "I thought this was' heaven?"
A PRESSING INVITATION.
That odd 75o. What will it do?
It will clean and preEB one
suit per week, keep your clothes
repaired, small sewing ana buttons
replaced, gratis. Old clothes
look new and your wardrobo kept
in good condition, if you guaran
tee your patronage for a month.
A tailor charges you $1.C to clean
and press on 3 suit, this way you can
have two suits cleaned for $1.50
per month. Satisfaction i guaran
teed or money refunded. Send
order by mail.
Your hat cleaned twice, a month
for 2uc. '
Ladies suits cleaned and pressed
75o. persnit. J
Goods called forand delivered
once a week.
H. T Siuw & Co.,
Upper Fort Street.
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v . . . v
fct Ana 25 ients, ,
GOOD FOR ONE C0PY 2j
I'On to Manila,!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
Subscribers to tbe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
j - "i t "g.
( By DOUGLASS WHITE, S
fe "Examiner" War Corrtspondtnt.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd..
Mystery M Magic !
The Laughable Farce,
The Diamond Palace'
In conjunction with
The Hartwell Sisters,
In their own original Pyramidlc Act
and Feats of Strength.
Boggs and Haeward In Their Comedy
A Kiss in the Dark.
Marie M. Brandes.
Post and Marion
In the Plantation Sketch,
The Misheviou6 Offspring.
Gcnei at Admission, sec. and 50c
Ust six rows for Children under ia years, 10c.
Reserved Chairs. 50c
Seats can b booked by rlnrlnsruD Telephone uc
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Sw allow" " The Wizard" "The
Fowler" "The Rough Riders" "The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "Waldt
tandt" "Major Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hone"
"The Making of Hawaii" "The Reil
Hawall"-"TheRapln" Egypt In 1898"
"Espirltu Santo" "Span n" Life''
"The Cansina" "Red Rock"-"David
Harum" "The Awkward Age" "The
Development of English Thought" "The
Dreamers" "The Principles of Bacteri
Hawaiian Cutios, etc.
316 FORT STREET.
"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 black, because they are determined to
have their own way about It. Verv good.
Such people go 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
They are 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
domes, ana nave every uesiraoie attriDute
of the very bet madt-to-measure gar
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That is
whv we say Investigate the merits of the
clothes bearing this lanel before going to
a tailor, rou nsk noimng ana stanu to
win a lot.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 0 11. Hotel St.
A new lot of Fine Draft Horses, Teams
and Single Large Heavy Fellows.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co
W. S. WITHERS,
Corner Alukca and
Queen streets. .
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK!
Is What Wc
Printed Art Sateens !
Unique Designs Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. Do not fall to
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
Farwell Cotton, 20 yards for
Cal cos, 30 yards for
Gmgham, 3; yards for
Brown Cotton, 25 yards for
Fine Figured Organdies. 20 yards for
White V Lawn No. 10
White V Lawn No. 12
White V Lawn No. 16
Ladles' Shirt Waists
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes,
Is showing a now lino of PURSES, SIDE OOMBSr
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, BELTS and BELT BUCKLES
at very low prices. And a Oomploto Lino of
Egan Dry Goods
You can make these yourself If you get a bottle" of the famous " FAUST
Just received, FRESH APPLES. LEMONS, BLOCK AND CREAMERY
BUTTER; CREAM, SWISS, LIMBERGER AND EDAM CHEESE.
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orpheum Block. -t- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver tilings fresh and cold.
One for the Table, the other for the Yard,
both for YOU. u
Fine quality of BLOWN TUMBLERS,
engraved in three designs.
Your choice ut 75 cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
RATTAN YARD BROOMS, 25 cents
each; regular price 65 cent. (These are
slightly damaged by salt water).
Complete outfits In Crockery, Glass,
Cutlery. Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
slis, Including Stove and Refrigerator, for
BEstlmates and lists given on ap
1ST When you are in our store always
Inspect the Barcaln Tables on the second
floor. (Take elevator). You are sure to
see something you want, and the price will
not stop you.-
W. W, Dimond & Co,,
- Von Holt Blook, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Aeents Jewel Stoves, for coa1 or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
ucrm rruoi ruicrs, rnmus uii stoves.
American Mosaenuer Sorvioe
Mneouio Temple. Telephone
Claim for Our
$ 1 00
'.' 1 10
25c per cent below cost.
Co,, Fort Street,
1-3 Off on
- Naws Co.,
All persons who are tenants of what has
been known as the Kapiolanl Estate are
hereby requested to make prompt payment
of the amounts due by them, to the under
signed, dt their office on Kaahumanu
1260-2W J. KALANIANAOLE.
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