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EVFN1KG BPL1ETIN: BOOIUIU. H I., AUGUST 7, IMP.
b ' I ' THE
R , ' Evening Bulletin,
KpT ' X, Vtltlibtl Every Dy, except Sunday, at io King
Kf$ U etteel, Honolulu, H. I., by the
Ht F 'JLLKTIN PUBLISHING CO.MPANV.
fV '. m. R FARRINOTON . . Editor
r s " IANIEL LOOAN . . . CHr Editor
( MONDAY, AUG. 7, 1899.
Promoters of tho Kohnln-Hiln
railway can't indulge in too much
hurry up woik to suit tbe people
Lot the wliito Inborora imported
to dig tho trenches of tho new
sower system any whether it is
impoBsihlo for white men to work
under the tropic! snn of Haunii.
Whilo public business demands
the presence of Mr. Dolo nt the
oapitol, tho soverest critio should
withhold when it is known that
the soriouu illness of a very dear
relative id the cause ' for delay of
When Col. Parker provides
special new chairs for his guests
at the Orpbeum, tho people are
disposed to mipcoet that tho
management of the popular play
house improve the chairs placed
ut the disposal of the public
It has been suggested that
Manager Pain of tho Tramways
Co., display a Pobedule of fares
for travel on tho cars. Tho lack
of the printed schedule is tho
only thing in whioh our local
oar lino does not compare favor
ably with the lines of the United
States and European countries.
Governor Rogers of Washing
ton refused to tako part in the
anti-Trust gathoring of State
governors because bo tbiuks tho
8ohomo is a political move of the
Republicans. Govornor Rogers
refuses to play with tho Repub
licaus whether tbe publio might
derive benefit or not, thereby
proving himself ouo of tho "poli
iioians" you mad about.
TUB DKLAYKD LABOKKItH.
Japanese officials' refusal to
allow sevoral hundred laborers to
embark on the steamship Colum
bia has set the immigration agents
and tho employers of Japanese la
bor guessing. Whether this is a
first move on the part of Japan to
shut down on tho importation of
laborers to Hawaii, or i'b merely
an ovidenco of the strongh of tbe
steamship lines to this port or
whether it is duo to some irregu
larity in tho shipment of tbo la
borers are all questions to which
certain business interests in Ha
waii hope for a speedy answer.
It is not impossible that Japan
has taken opportunity to pay up an
old score, occasioned by turning
Japaneso away from Hawaii at one
time; it is not impossible that the
Sta'.o Department at Washington
has quietly intimated to Japan
that large importations of Japanese
to Hawaii are not dosirablo; it is
also not impossible that tbo ac
tion of tho Japanese government
moans nothing in particular and
that the next steamer arriviug will
bo orowded with immigrants
This inoidont, however; laoking
it may be in serious portent, ought
to be pointer to tho sugar interests
that tho timo is fast approaching
when immigrants from Japan will
bo sooured with loss ease than in
former days, aud tho timo now is
when active, serious effort should
be made to obtain laborers other
than Asiatic In what sort of a
position would tho sugar interests
be, especially tho new plantations,
if Japan had decided to shut
down peremptorily upon laborers
coming to Hawaii? What other
souroa of supply can be turned to
to relieve tho situation on reason
ably short notice? What provi
sion has been ni-ulo or is bring
jnnin for sbcltfr in timo of pos
Mll fctjrtu? Perhaps Minister
Duiuou doen not know his buti
jjcbs when ho throws bis iufluei.co
in I (iv or of speedy arraugemouts
for tbo importation of European
laborers boforo tba anti-Asiatio
oraBh comes; but nevertheless bo
has tbo people with him, and it
will take bottor arguments than
have thus far beon produced to
show that ho is in tbo wrong.
SOCIAL WEEK AT WAILUKU.
Continued from Tngo 1.
15,600 ft. of 4 in. pipes
and reservoir SIO.OPO
10,0 0 ft. for 2 in. pipes 2,600
3,000 ft. 1 in. and 1J
in. pipes' 600
Engineering, etc, 2,000
Making totals of 28.G0O
ft., costing about $15,0 0
It would require another $10,000
or moro to lay the water pipes to
connect with Eahului. As soon
as the wator pipes are laid in tho
townbf Wiiiluku its "cuizrins will
ank tho Government for two hose
carts to start a volunteer tire brig
ade. Wailuku bas been very for
tunnto in the past during the time
of its inadequate water supply
thit destructive Bros havo boon
fow and far between, with very
little loss of Ufa and property,
and since Wailuku is a land of
luaus, avoraging one a week, it
would not bo out of place to do
olaro the day wbon Wailuku is
connected with wator pipes a holi
day, aud beroafter to be commom
orated by its patient and law- abid
ing citizens until Wailuku shall be
incorporated under municipal
laws for tho furtherance of its
Dr. R. I. Mooro and Dickey
Davis are recent callers at Wail
uku. Mr JBIaiadoll is hero again
in tho intorest of the Germania
Life Insurance Company.
Somo of the Kahului sports
will bavo yachting raccB at Eahu
lui harbor next Saturday. One of
tho boats belongs to Bob English,
Attorney J. L. Coke of this oity
has filed tbo following petition
with the Clerk of tbo Second Cir
cuit Court this week:
"Geo. Hons vs Amelia Hons,
Libel for Divorce on statutory
grounds." Mrs. Hons is now in
Honolulu. Mr. Hons is also ask
ing for the custody of their seven
year old daughter Holone
A sister of Geo. Hons of this
town is expected in Honolulu
from Sao Francisco to meet her
and brine her to Woiluku to
spend several months with bim
Judge Ealna goos to Honolulu
next week to hfnr demurrer to
tbe amended bill of complaint in
re suit Ealuna ot al. vs Smythe
CUAPTER OP ACCIDKNTH.
Drs. Bonn, Brower, Wood and
Howard returned from Molokai
in the, Kiuau Sunday morning
after nearly a week's oatinu in
tbe mountains near Waikolu
where they fortunate enooch to
secure the fine mountain house re
cently put up by A. W, Carter as
Drs. Senn,. Wood and Howard
succeeded in bagging a number of
deer, turteys and peacocks, ine
mountains were found to bo sim
ply teeming with game. Dr. Senn
stated that he bad never beon in
such an idoal hunting spot in his
On Thursday of last week there
was a chapter of accidents in
which Dr. Wood led off. HiB
horse becamo unmanageable and,
in ordor to savo himself from
being thrown, bo dropped to tbo
ground onto a lot of rooks. He
received a out in tbe back of his
head but fortunately sustained no
furtbor injuries. Had ho gone a
few feet further or had the horse
gone on after tho fall, Dr. Wood
must surely have beon very badlv
injured or evon killed.
Dr. Bonn was next in line. Ho
started off in auother direction
with one of the Meyer boys, who
was acting as guide. Dr. Senn
had placed his gun against a lqre
rook and was (tying to get his
horde to go alongside in order to
get it. The animal balked and
then turned completely over. Dr.
Bonn waB fortunate onouch to
come out of tbo mix up with noth
ing wnrso tuao a mashed thumb.
Dr. Brower was tho third. He
had remained homo nil dav writ
ing matter for a medical treatise
he is soon to bavo published. Drs.
Wood and Howard wero uubiIv
ongORod skinning a peacock for
Dr. Senn on tbe veranda of tho
houBO. Dr. Browor was vorv
much interested and kept shifting
his chair here apd there in order
to hotter seo tbo operations. He
got too close to tbo steps and went
over backwards turning ovor threo
times bnforo finally landing at
tho bottom of tbo long flighty A
mashed finger and Beveral bruises
constituted bis part of the results
of tho day's gymnastics.
All these things took place
within an hour's time.
Dr. Browerdid not finish there.
On getting aboard the Kinau, an
chored a milo out from tbe Kau
nakakai landiocr Dr. Brower nar
rowly escaped a very bad accident
botwoen tbo boat and (ho steamer.
Tbo medicos speak very highly
of the kind and courteous treat
ment rccoived at the bands of
Cnmmodoro Becklev. purser of
tho Kinau, Evorytbiog possiblo
was done for tboir comfort.
GEMS AND GEMLET6.
Gerald: "My father left all his money
to a school for Idiots."
Geraldlne: "Thought of you till the
last, didn't he?"
"My wife," said a business man, "In
sisted unon mv rldlntr a Sterling blcvcle.
She said there ought to be as little trouble
around our home as possible, and she has
learned from experience that the Sterling
bicycle causes no trouble."
Blcvcle Girl (to Sing Sing): "Poor fel
lowl You say you were put here for
Fire Bue (a nrlsonerl: "Yes. ladv,
S'hellup me cracious! der goots vas hardly
wen. yes, 5-iiu iiic uiuucsi inline
Manoa Wonder, "with my new 1809 Sterl
ing racer I'm sure of doing better than
ever. Several tests have shown It to be
very rigid, and rigidity Is the secret of
Mrs. Wheeler: "What I Your mother
in bed? Not 111,1 hope, Robby?"
Bobby Bike: "Not'zackly. Her bloom'
ers Is jes' bein' cleaned."
Take It to the Pacific Cvcle & M'f g Co,
on Fort street when anything goes wrong
wiin your wheel; they will repair It
quickly and thoroughly. The part they
mend will be the strongest part of the
machine, and they will not charge you
Bishop Goodfellow: "So you think
John Ootrox's will Is a masterpiece of
legal ingenuity anil acumen, do you t"
Judge Sharolev: "Sir. I drew It: and I
will stake my reputation upon that will's
lasting in tne courts as long as the prop
1 he 1. U. M. (-0. will sell you a
high-grade Sterling for tta.ro on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
-Have been 'received by the
CO., Ltd. hc-
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 6uch as has
never before been seen In Honolulu.
Call early and have your choice.
TO - NIGHT I
1 Post avl Marlon.
Ventriloquist and Musical ArtlstJ
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist,
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and Haeward
In a Comedy Sketch,
A Terrii Ettconnliir,
Post and Ma-'
OS THE C
stilts can b. h.nL; .-.
YOU want a good office coat ?
Something that will keep you
cool, and at the same time wear
well ? If you do our Serges In
Blue, Gray and Brown are just
the thing. Come and have a
look at 'em.
We are offering this month
a line of Stiff-Bosom Colored
Shirts, Latest Style, and all
Up-to-Date Patterns, at J1.25.
Your gain, our loss ; too many,
that's the reason.
We still lead In Readyto-Wear Cloth
ing. All you need to do Is to tell us your
wants j we guarantee to fill them without
any trouble to you.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTBrlBy BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Do you realize what a number of articles
the above two words Imply? You will
be surprised how many of them you can
get at Dlmond's. We are displaying In
our large window a few articles which
perhaps you thought we do not keep for
sale. Among them you will see
(The new mtUI polish. We re dis
tributing free simples ol this wonderful
(A first-class disinfectant).
-Von Holt Block, King street,
I mporters of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof FIUer D;!rr"-j C S oves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" "The Wizard" "The
Fowler"-"The Rough Riders" "The
Downfall of the Dervishes" "WJldt
tandt" "Major Tactics of Chess" "Out
siders" "Dross"-" Prisoners of Hope"
"The Making of Hawaii" "The Real
Hawaii" "The Rapln" ' Egypt In 1808"
"Esplrltu vSanto" "Span o Llfe'7
"The Capslna" "Red Rock" "David
narum" "ine AwKwara Ave" "The
Development of English Th.0Ught"-"The
lrM!nr,, uTh( Prln.i r nt.t-
"The Principles of Barter!-
Hawaiian Curios, etc.
816 FORT STRP ET.
P I O N H E It
Tho llcgular Monthly Mooting of tho
IMonoor Building and Loan Association
will bo hold at tho Clmmtior of Com
merce on MONDAY BViaUNQ, Aug
ust 7, 180U, at 7:E0 o'clock.
PnvmontH are renulrud In cold.
1 1280 A. V. GEAR, Bocrotary. 1
Ladies' Sailor Hats!
In all the newest shapes. Also, a Complete Variety of
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY
In Silk and Muslin.
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
T3ae Feojple's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ribbons I Ribbons 2 Ribbons 1
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 " " " J1.00
12MC Turkish Towels 3 for 25c
2CC " " 2for2"jC
Egan Dry Goods
Oysters, Salmon, etc.
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orphcum Block. -:- 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. E. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, - 22 and 02-
1. O. Box 38.
JUST ARRIVED :
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and
25c Huck Towels j for 50c
75c Dairask Towels 50c each
i2ic Flaxlne Toweling 3 yards for 25c
15c Flaxlne Toweling, per yard 10c
Co., Fort Street.
-Bethol Stroot, - 24 and 940
We make a specialty of
RUSH ORDERS. DEVEM
OPING AND PR1NTIN
wnrk o-naranteed the best I
the city. PHOTOGRAPH!
SUPPLIES of all description!
at EASTERN PRICES.
426 Fort Street.
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