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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 5. 1899.
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:$ PERFUMES fefe
Roger and Gallet,
Gosncll's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Malle Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Orpheum Building, Tort Street.
K-AJEKE-i UZXjES, DPxop'r-
Is a first-class modern hotel. A German chef .has been
jpeclally imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
first-class short-order bill of fare. Regular dinner at 5:30 p. m. Dining hall 60x30.
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In the building. i
Another One Hundred Tons of
AT the: I. X. T..
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
In Bedroom Sets, 2-4, 3M and 4-4 Bedsteads ; Chiffoniers, Meat Safes; Wire, Wool
and Moss Mattresses; Barber and Dentist Chairs, Tables, etc., to be sold at San
Francisco prices at the I. X. L. S. W. LEDERER,
P. O. Box hs. Telephone 478. Proprietor.
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Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. "W. -WJai&HLT, Prop'r.
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Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and Whitehead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clarlphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belling Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
35 DIFFERENT STYLES!
Gold. Oak Bedroom Sets,
CHEVAL AND DUCHESSE
in Elegant ana
EXTENSION DINING TABLES, PARLOR AND DINING CHAIRS
Just to hand per "Wilder."
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolc, Fort Se Beretania Sts.
Many or our old residents
fail to appreciate the wealth of
beauty nature has lavished on
Hawaii Nei. It is left to the
stranger, who knowing a good
thing when he sees it, wends
his way to KING BROS., 110
Hotel street, for photos to per
petuate the memory.
t.qv caviTltr mm
EX BARKENTINE IRMOARD,
Har ness,Surreys, Phaetons,
and Carriage Materials.
FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
"You Mjr llr-nd the Hapllng, but Nt
When disease has become chro
nic and deep seated it is often dif
ficult to euro it. That is the rea
son why it is best to take Hood's
Sarcnpnrillri when disease first
shows iteolf in pimples, hoad
aches, indigestion, or other trou
bles which tell of poor blood,
weak fltomaoh or disordered liver
or kidnoys. This great modioine
rpgulatoa the whole syetom. It
Q nod's Pills are the favorite
WHY GEN, ALGER RESIGNED
New York Sao Gives Details of His
Hobart Always His Friend Finally Broached
(be Matter-Combine With Pingree
Turned the Balance.
New York, July 19. A Sun
special from Washington soys:
General R nasal I A. Alger, Sooro
tary of War called at tho White
Houbo this afternoon and person
ally handed his resignation to tho
President. No date for tho letire-
ment of tho Secretary is mention
ed. It says merely that tho re
signation is to take effeot at tho
pleasure of tho Prosidont. Tho
announcement of this aotion was
made by Secretary Alger this
afternoon. Alger will not remain
in the Oabinot in any event after
August 15. Ho baa determined
that positively, although the Pre
sident will allow him to take his
own time in retiring.
Tbe story comes from Long
Branch, and is well authenticated
bore, that the arrangement for the
retirement of Secretary Alger was
made by Vice-President Hobart.
Aa told by a man familiar with all
the ciroumstances, the resignation
was brought about in this way:
For several months prominent
men in tho Republican party in
cluding some ouicers of tbe Cabi
net, have urgod the President to
call for Alger's resignation. The
ProBident would not oonsent to be
guided by this advice, however,
contending that no ground had
existed for tbe clamor for General
Alger's retirement. It was urged
on the President that for the Good
of the party tho services of Alger
should be dispensed with, even
though innocent of the charges
concerning bis conduct of the
War Department in tho war with
Spain. The President still re
mained firm. Ho insisted that
Algor had mndo a good Secretary
of War and that no roason for his
dismissal had appeared.
After the publication of tho
Pingreo interviews, following the
report that Alger had made a
political alliance with Pingree in
bis candidacy for United States
Senator, promiuont Republicans
in tbe con tin once of tho .President
became insistent that the Secre
tary of War should rotiro. Tbey
urged President MoKiuloy to use
the Pingree, interviews as an ex
cuse for asking for Alger's resig
nation. Tbis tho President re
fused to do, although be showed
tbat he would bo glad to have
Alger voluntarily relieve him of
embarassment. Tho matter drag
ced alona until finally tho Presi
dent determined to take aotion to
secure Alger s resignation in an
indirect way. He sent Attorney
Gonerat Griggs to boo Vioe-Presi-
dent Hobart. Hobart ban been a
staunch friend of the Secretary
throughout bis troubles. This
was known to the President. It
was through Hobart tbat bo
worked to accomplish what had
evidently been in bia mind for
some tirao. Griggs told Hobart
that tbe resignation of Hoc rotary
Alger would bo acceptable to -the
President, and asked tho Vice-
President to advice the Seorotary
to tender it.
Alger wont to Long Branch at
iuu luvuawou or nouart. Wuilo
there tho Vice-President advised
him to resign from the Oabinet,
but without raontiouing that the
suggestion naa neen inspired by
the Prosideot. Alger appireutly
did not understand at the time,
that the President wanted him to
retire,and the question of his ro-
Bignauon was not men disposed
of. It was uudorstood between
the Vice-President and tho Stforo
tary, however, that Genorat Alger
should not remain in tho Cabinet
longer than after Jauuary 1, 19J0.
Last Saturday tho Sooretary
again went to Long Branch at
Hobart's invitation. The Vice
President did not hesitate to toll
Alger that tbo country wanted
him to get out, and that he must
bo sacrificed. Alger asked Hobart
if he made that statement for him
self or at tho suggestion of others,
and the Vioo President thon con
fessed it was tho President's de
sire, made known to him through
Alger exprcssod surprise that
tho President ebould have taken
such a roundabout way to eecuro
his retirement. Algor told the
Vice-President that in view of Lib
disclosures ho could uot, without
I08B of pride, delay resigning, and
ho would, tuorofore, tender bis re
Hignotion to the President nt the
hrst opportunity after returning
Editor EvENiNa Bulletin:
There is an unocoupied houso on
the corner of Merchant and Ala
kea streets which is covered over
both front and rear with dead
vines. Under the houso and in
tho yard is a pilo of inflammable
rubbish. The wholo thing is a
menace to tbo adjacent buildiugs.
A match or cigaretto carelossly
dropped would destroy tho wholo
block. The Board of Hoaltb and
Firo Department havo been noti
fied but both refuso to aot. The
owner says "all right, mahopo."
In tho meantime, should a fire
break out, who willbo responsible?
1 - 1 .
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U S tugboat Iroquois, Pond, Hllo, Mar
ll S A T Newport. Saunders. San Fran-
clseo. Aug 3.
U S A I Ohio, Boegs, San Francisco.
(Thlt list dots not Include coasters.)
Am sp George Curtis, Sproule, New
York, May 31. C Brewer & Co.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Barber, Liverpool,
June 2. H Hackfeld & Co.
Br bk Antlope, Murray, Iqulque, July
3. Hawaiian I-ertlllzer Co.
Br shp Amphltrite, Anderson, Londcn.
July 4. TH Davles & Co.
Hw slip Euterpe, Saxe, Newcastle, July
Ger bk J C Glade, Stege, London, July
16 H Hackfeld & Co.
Hw stmr City of Columbia, Walker,
Nllhau, July 17.
Am sell Morning Star, Garland, South
Am bk C D Bryant, Colly, San Fran-
cieco, July 20. H Hackfeld & L-o.
Am sch F S Redfield, Blrkholm, Ta'
coma, July 13. Allen & Robinson.
Haw sen Star of Italy. Wester, New
castle, July 23. Allen & Robinson.
Am sch Honolpu, Olsen, Sitka, July 25,
Alexander tv tiauwin.
Am sch Okanogan, Rensch, Pt. Town
send, July 2). Lewers & Cooke.
Am senr Mary E Foster, Thompson,
San Francisco, July 27. T H Davis &
Am schr Ottllle Fjord, Segelhorst, Eu
reka, July 30. Wilder & Co.
Am schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow, Pu
get Sound. Aug 1. Lewers & Cooke.
Am bk Harvester, Edwards, Newcastle,
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, San Fran
cisco, Aug 3. W G Irwin & Co.
MoWHIiams, a private stctionod
at Camp McKinley was tried
Thursday on the charge of larceny,
it being alleged that he stolo uni
forms from his comradoa. and sold
the samo to Ohinamon in town.
Ah Lin was tbo principal witness,
and Willie Crawford acted as in
terpreter. Lieut. Eotobam was
Ia Nlnfa'i Paddjr.
Captain Harry Evans announces
that tbo men employed in taking
tbo paddy from tho La Ninfa have
succeeded in getting out about
1900 bags. All of this is perfect
ly good, and will bring about $2
per bag. As bo in as all the cargo
is out the La Ninfa will bo dis
mantled, and all tbat it is poaeible
to get removed.
A birdseye view of the region
about Manila. It is given in On To
The World Register
Hoops tho Cash wlillo you aro busy.
Try ono o
On Maibleand Granite,
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence and MonnmeDtal Co,
041 "King Stroot.
Having thoroughly renovated the
and resumed Its original name,
I will be pleased to see my friends and
patrons as before.
H. A. JUEN.
Telephone 589. 1287
Real Estate and Insurance. Agents, Brokers and Jobbers. 33M
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JLIFJ5 and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
. of hartford.
JAS. H. LOVE.
FORT ST., NEAR KING.
McBryde Sugar Co.
Mutual Tel. Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Prtlcult attention sjlven ta purchase and sate ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loans NeEollateJ. Eastern and Foreign Stocks
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cut.
W. C. ACH1 & CO.,
brokers & Dealers
CT We will liny or Bell Heal Estate It
ill parts of the group.
tW We will Bell Fropertios on lieason
3FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twolvo Chlnoso G rani to Hltohlng
Posts, $5 oacli.
Property in town.
HOUSES TO LET.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0OTIONEER AND STOCK BllOKXli
No. 45 Qneen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Satate and Fnrnitnrn
Stock and Bond Broker
.Memoer of Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Molnerny Block, Fort Stmot.
OHAS. J. FALK,
Member Honolulu Stock Exchango.
KnomSOl, Judil Building.
P. E. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Flnnnulnl Agont nnd Colloctor.
Lincoln Block, 030 King strooU
n8 Telephone 641.
H. W. WEST,
leal Estate Bief.
P. O. BOX 50.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock nnd Bond Broker.
Member ol the Honolulu Stock Eachanga.
Offleo Quoon street, oppoulto Union
Telephone vA P.O. Boa m.
JAS. F. MOHQAN,
Metnti of Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Telephone it. P. O. Boa yn.
General Manager ot
Tht Bquitablt) Life Assurancfl Society
Ot the United States for tbe Hawaiian
OnuMi Merchant street, Bono' aim
Western Sugar BeQneiy Co. of Bta
Ualdwln LooomoUro Works of Phils
delphla.Penn.. 0. 8. A.
Newoll Unlrersal Mill Co. (NatloM
Cane8hreddei),Nr-r York, IT. S. A,
N.Ohlandt & Go's Chemical FertlliMMI
Alex Cross & Boos, high grade frift
iters tor Cane and Coffoe.
Beeds Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parnfflne Paint Go's P B PaUU Md
Papers; Lncol and Linseed oils, lav
Indnr! .3. (a cold water paint) In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima us)
CASTLE & COOKE,
rti Ewa Plantation Co.
Tht Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tha Kohala Sugar Co.
Tha Walaroca Suear Mill Co.
Tht Koloa Agricultural Co.
Trie Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo,
The Standard Oil Co.
Tht Go. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co, of Bostta,
The .fctna Tire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn.
The Alliance Atrurance Co of London.
Agents for the California and Orient
m. & Irwin & Co.
Vrn. O. Irtrin, President and Manage
Jlons Bpreckols, - - - Vice-Preeideat
V. M. QllTnrd, - Secretary and Treaanm
"heo. O. Porter, - Anditoa
in ems or Tin
1UEAHI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FHANOIBOO. OAIa.
BREWER & COMPANY, UMITID
Queen street, Honolulu, H.L
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sural
loinpany, llonomu Suicar Company, Wallok
ligar Company, Walhee Surer Company, Make)
'icar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Ka
upala Ranch. -- planters' Line San Frandao
3ckets, Chas. Brewer Ik Co.'a Lin of Boatos
Hcketa. Agents Boston Board of Underwrrtm
Wrnta PHladtlphla Hoard nf Underwriter.
mot or orricnui:
C M Cooko .PreaUUut; Ueorgo H BoberUoa,
UiittRor; E F Bishop, Treannrer and Sm
etaryiOol.W FAlleu, AndltorsOMCoota,
I '.VuUiboab, A W Carter, Dlreetort.
vl. FHILL1PS & CO..
iVlioleiiale Importers and Jobbers o'
curopaan Mid Amorican Dry Sotht
Fort and Qr.ocn BtreeU.
cJ HACKFELD & CO.. L
..HEBAL COOTSIOK AQEHfS
J.i on nml Unoon Hlruuta Honolnli
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel Street, opposite Water
house it Co.
Strictly new ital Cleveltn Bicycles lor Renv
Seconj-hanl Bicycles lot sale.
H'rl''re rromptly ant thoroughly attenlM
tJonolulu Iron Works Co.
Improved and modorn SUGAR MA
HINKRY of evory cajmcity nml de
iriptloit tniule to order. Boiler work
mil niVKTKD PIl'KS for Irrigation
tiurpoBDH n Hftoolalty. I'articular ntlen.
Clou paid to JOB WOllK, and repairs ex.
elltfvl at liortl nu'let. e
It. L DUNCAN,
Collector and General Busi
Otllc-o, 113 Kaliuiiianii Htroot.
AIho proared to tako ordora for tilling
In low laiula and terracing. Work
promptly attended to. 1251
United 8tatea Cuntom Houdo Broker.
Accountant, Searcher of Titles and
Oenoral Business Agent.
OFF1CHS No. 15 Kaahumann street
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa's offleo