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THE EVENING BULLETIN: FPIVPJ I'LTl. U. !., AUGUST 2, 1899.
flktllhfd Every Day, tictpt Sunday, it no K ff
strut, Honolulu, II. I., by tha
jlletin Publishing Company.
W. R. FARR1NGTON Editor
tANIEL LOGAN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1899.
The wirolosa tolopboun in now
talked of. This would novor go
in Honolulu, uhoru "Central" is
the local oncyclopodin.
Edward Pollitz is "just down on
ft little summer outing." That's
all right, but just watch tho effect
o! his Bumiuor outing on tho
Bugar stock tlinrtnmiiftor.
The charges that aro being
made in contract labor nfTairs are
r.'aeliiug a poiut whore allowing
t le charges to pass unuoticed will
appear as an almiesiou by de
fault. Rabbi Lovy appears to be
out in bin tiiihlmg togs.
The lone mariner who caino
djwa to Hauolulu in tho sohoouer
Coke thinks ho wasn't received
with sufliciont demonstration of
joy. Had he well filled money
bigs as freight Honolulu would
havo tumbled ovor itself to greet
An ndmircrof Aguinahio assorts
that the rebel loader is always
protected by guards, who keep
him a mile and a half from the
enemy. Tho admirer also assorts
tht Aguinaldo always loads a
chargo in battle. This oxplains
why the Filipino warriors always
chargo to the rear when tho Amer
ican troopj advanoe.
Canada's warliko attitude to
ward the United States in the
Alaskan boundary affair is almost
amusiog. That this colony can
bring tho mothor country into a
wir with tho United States is
a1 most an impossibility at the pro
sjut time. The Canadian sido of
the affair seems to be sort of an
attempt to pay back tho United
States in its own coin as repre
sented in the Venezuelan matter.
One Washington correspondent
Bays "Secretary Root will run tho
War Department and Gen. Miles
tho array." If there is any man
who cau run tho war department
without allowing porsoual desire
for all tho glory or tho manipula
tion of politicians to intofero with
his work, Elihu Root is tho man.
It is not likely that tho now score,
tary will bo fouud trying to foroa
his superior kuowledge of warfare
upon the raou whoso uduoatiou
fits thom for conducting and lay
ing the plans for tho cimptign in
GERMANY 18 PLISHBU.
A Berlin despatch says that
"Germany is pleased" with the
outcome of tho Simoan affair.
Well may sho ba pleased when
eho has gained nearly evory point
mado in tho controversy. Tho
whole system of government in
Samoa is practically in Germany's
hands. Whatever advantago may
havo been gained by tin United
States securing tho sanction of
Chief Justice Chambers' deoisiou
on theKingship has boon knockod
into a coskoil hat by Chambers' re
signation which was practically
forced. Germany holds control
of tho municipal couuoil, and it is
ton to one the local chiefs vested
with local piwnr, by the new ar
rangoraont of affairs, will bo Ger
raau sympathizer:). If local affairs
aro not conducted in a manner to
suit Gorman interests it will bo
an easy matter for the German
coneul to stir up another rumpus.
Certainly Gorrnany has played
a very successful diplomatic game,
and Americans might feel happy
ovor it, if the success were not
secured at tho expense of Ameri
can power in Sinna. As the de
tails of the Sawoan Bottlemout aro
bilnc made public.it becomes moro
apparent that Americaii qflioiuls
wore disposed to finish "up tho
Samoan embroglio in tho easiest
way possible, and tho least trou
blesoino way was to mako an
allianco with Germany rather
than Great Britain. .To all ap
pearances, our govornment has so
much troublo on its hands in now
ly acquirod territory that it is
dispoeod to be satisfied with moro
ly coaling station rights in Sa
moa, allowing Germany to run tho
local govornment if it wants to
Maviug made tho concession in
Samoa it is to bo hoped that tho
United States has secured valuo
received from Germany by an in
creased allowance of international
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Between Ito.irdi 18 llonomu t6o, 50 Pioneer Mill
atiH. 0. K & L. Co. IT. 1 J II. A. 305
Thlt Morning'! Session i; Olaa 6-io. 150 Olaa
6-10, t) Olaa 6-10. so Mutual Telephone liSf. 100
Honokaa 6W. $ Ookala iS. 5 MeHryde 3 8-10.
a.oooO R. & L. Co. bonds 106, 10 Maunalel 14,
100 McRryic s 8-10.
ADMIICAL. UKtVKV, HlH KIONKY.
Washington, July 20. Admiral
Georgo Dewey today filed suit as
a libelant in the District Court of
the District of Columbia, to ro
cover the prizo monoy due him
and tho officers and crew of his
fleet for tho vessels sunk in tho
battle of Manila, and tho property
subsequently recovered by tho
naval forco under his command
Upon tho ships and equipments
which have already been apprais
ed and inventoried by the Board
of Appraisers appointed bv the
Secretary of the Navy, Admiral
Dewoy demands tho sum of $325,
141, and in addition to tho
amount duo upon tho three cruis
ers suuk in the engagement, but
subsequently raised, and npon
which ho places tho value of S125,
000. Theso vessels have not yet
been appraised. Hon. Hilary A.
Herbert, tho former Secretary of
the Navy, appears as the chief
counsel for Admiral Dewey.
Didn't Throw a Ntone.
Antonio Fraga appoared in tho
Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of assault and battery on
Mrs. Niohol, a lady who arrived
from tho States about throe
months ago, and took up her resi
dence on School Street near the
Fraga home. Mrs. Niohol claim
ed that tho Fraga boy threw a
largo stono at nor. This state
ment was also mado by tho sou.
The stone was produced in Court.
This is the only evidence against
Fraga. The witnesses for tho de
fence wero four in number, and
their evidence all wont to show
that no stono was thrown. De
fendant was discharged. Attorney
Neumann appeared for the defen
dant, who was out in Manoa hunt
ing up some of Mrs. Neumann's
cows on tho day tho stone-throwing
is alleged to havo taken plaoo.
Attorney Atkinson prosecuted.
AMATEUIl OliGHKNTRA. CONOKUT.
Tho concert by the Amateur
Orchestra in Progress Hall last
evening met with tho enthusiastic
reception it riohly merited. Every
seat in the larjjo hall was takon
before the first number was given.
The orchestra did excollent work,
playing as tboy novor havo before.
Mrs.Anies Montague Turnor,J. B.
U'Sullivan, and J. T. Irvine, local
vocalists, were heartily applauded,
as wero Mrs. J. W. Bergstrom in
hor reoitation, and George Brand
in his double bass solo. Dr. O.
E. Wall played the obligato, Miss
L. M. Krugor the piano, and
Wray Taylor tho organ when Mrs.
Tumor gave her solos.
KILAUHA MAY UltlSAK OUT.
Kilauoa is showing marked
signs of activity in tho near future
more especially eiuco the decrease
in the outbreak above. It is
fully bolieved by thoso qualified
to judge best that it will Boon bo
iu oruption. Should Polo reraovo
hor reception room to this moro
convenient point ovoryono would
bo cruatlv nleaBed. moro esnocial-
ly tho tourists who would then bo
able to reach tho fire with ease,
quickness and comparative cheap
ness. Hilo Tribune.
llonjr Konir Direct.
Early next week the S. S. City
of Columbia will be despatched
tor iiong Hong diroct. ouo is
taking aboard 200 tons of coal to
day at tho old fish raarkot, which
will make hor fuel complimeut
GOO tons, Tho Columbia has had
a couple of strong iron braces
placed under her stern, one on
either sido, to insuro hor rudder
post staying in position. She is
in good trim, and all roadyfor her
voyage to the Orient. A new
force of firoraon have been engag
ed, not JapaneBO this tirao, aud no
further trouble is anticipated.
Judge: "Have you anything to say
why sentence of death should not be passed
upon you ?"
Prlsoner(haughtlly): "If I haveanythlne
to say, I'll say It In my autobiography."
If you want to embezzle money, get a
cashfershlp In a bank; If you want to
make money, get a job In a mint; If jou
want to find money, go to the Klondyde;
but If you want to save money, call upon
the P. C. & M. Co., on Fort street, and
buy a high-grade Sterling bicycle.
Tom: "Know Wilson ?"
Tom: "Very much ?"
Jack: "Fifty dollars 1"
Save fifty percent and have your electro
plating done at the P. C & M. Co.'s on
Soaker: "It was so cold In my room
this morning, I could see my breath."
MlssCynica: "Mercy! what a horrible
Baseball, golf and tennis outfits, a com
plete line of which you will find at the
P. C. & M. Co.s.
A little girl, aged nine, called hor father
to her bedside the other evening. "Papa,"
said the little diplomat, "I want to ask
your advice." "Well, my little dear.what
Is It about?" "What do you think It
would be best to give me on my birthday?"
Had she asked the P. C. & M. Co. for
advice, they would have said, a high-grade
She: "was It a mercenary marriage ?"
He: "Yes: they were both too poor to
stay engagea any 'onger."
The P. C. & M. Co., on Fort street,
will make your old bicycle look like new
And 25 Cents, g
& GOOD FOR ONE COPY ea
f'On to Manila.'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
"Examiner" War CorresponJent
vni J A ? !!! . i J J 4
The most popular portrait of
the late Princess Kaiulani is the
one taken by Taber showing
her in street dress in easy pose
with purse in hand and wear
ing a very becoming hat with
ostrich plumes. KING BROS,
have them for sale.
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. "wo-
The Bulletin told you a few days ago
of the scarcity of hard woods such as are
used for mouldings, and the large advance
In price of the same.
Our orders were placed at old prices,
and the goods have just arrived.
With these we have received the very
latest designs In PICTURE FRAMES
and EASELS an assortment such as has
never before been seen In Honolulu,
Call early and have your choice.
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.,
Art Rooms .
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
" The Mills Will Never
Weave Again at
Prices of the Past."
All grades of woollens and worsted fab
rlcs have been advanced five to fifteen per
But our prices will remain unchanged.
We are offering a better and larger line of
clothing this season than ever before, at
prices that can't help but meet with your
approval. All you will have to do Ts to
come and tell us your wants we will do
We are now ready to show you a fine
line of KNOX HATS In Mackinaw and
Milan straws. These goods are unsur
passed In style and finish.
Have a try at our Delmel llnenmesh
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrley BIOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 911, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
One for the Table, the other for the Yard,
rom lor ruu.
Fine quality of BLOWN TUMBLERS,
engraved In three designs.
Your choice nt 75 cents per dozen. You
know the regular price.
RATTAN YARD BROOMS, 23 cents
each; regular price 65 cents. (These are
slightly damaged by salt water).
Complete outfits In Crockery, Glass,
Cutlery, Plated Ware and Kitchen Uten
sils, Including Stove and Refrigerator, for
8"Estlmates and lists given on ap
plication. J"When you are In our store always
Inspect the Bargain Tables on the second
floor. (Take elevator). You are sure to
see something you want, and the price will
not stop you.
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Flltw n.. r . ms
' : VV
V - x
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" "The Wizard" - "The
Fowler"-"The Rough Riders"-"The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "Waldt
tandt" "Major Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross" "Prisoners of Hope"
"The Maklnu of Hawall"-"The Real
Hawaii"-"! he Rapln"-"Egypt In 1898"
"Esplritu Santo" "Span o' Life'
"1 lie iapsina" "iea kock" "uavia
Harum" "The Awkward Age" "The
Development of English Thought" "The
Dreamers" "The Principles of Bacteri
Hawaiian Curios, etc.
Golden Rule Bazaar
316 FORT STREET.
From Merchants' Exchange Saloon on
Saturday night last, a collection book,
black leather cover; also black leather
cover account book, containing papers of
value to no one but owner. A reward of
Sio will be paid for their return ft)
Merchants' Exchange Saloon, and no
questions asked. 1286 3t
JUST LIKE SILK ! -
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is What We Claim for Our "
Printed Art Sateens IT
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.
p m-p m-PM lrtiki a
xvjiijjLiuiiio aijj; iuJHLjrA&y y
commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALATJ, Manager.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
BARGAINS IN TABLE LINEN, TOWELS AND
65c Bleached Damask, per yard 45C
$1.50 " " " Ji.co
12HC Turkish Towels. 3 for 25c
2CC " " 2for2-ic
Egan Dry Goods
Oysters, Salmon, etc.
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orpheum! Block. -1- Telephone 080.
Don't forget, we have an Ice Box on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhouse, H. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
TEA DEALERS and
Fort and Kinn Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, 22 and 02 tclki'Iionkb: Bethol Stroot, - 2-1 anil 0-19
V. O. Ilox 388.
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
W. S. WITHERS,
Just to hand and officially Inspected.
Large and Sound.
Corner Alakea and
mi t m T"nrifi 1 ck
25c Huck Towels 3 for 50c
75c uamasK loweis 50c eacn 1
i2c riaxine toweling 3 yarusror25C
1 5c Flaxlne Toweling, per yard ic
Co,, Fort Street.
We make a specialty of
RUSH ORDERS. DEVEL
OPING AND PRINTING
work guaranteed the best in I
the city. PHOTOGRAPHIC
SUPPLIES of all descriptions
at EASTERN PRICES.
Jl MUUUll UUI
426 Fort Street.3
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