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TI'E EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, D. I., AUGUST 8, 1899.
'ftlltbt4 Every Day, ncfpl Sundir. at ti Kite
tiiet, Honolulu, II. I., by lh
ujllktin Publishing Company.
W. R. FAKRINGTON Bdllor
1ANIEL IOT.AN City Editor
TUE3DAY, AUG. 8, 18!H).
"Tho Oily of Columbia is n gold
mino." Thu principal qnnsticin is
wli-Mhor it is what miners call
Tulk about recuril runs tbnt
oust the BtenniBbip Obiun in tbo
aUficlo. Oitptain Sonbury hasn't
becun to lot hia ship nut.
It is not how much ice is pro
Tided, but how much cheaper ice
can bo bought from the wngon
that tho poplo r.io inleroated in.
Query: Has Senator Clarke got
anyone in Hawaii on reoord in his
notebook as favoring any dtlay iu
tho extension of every Aniericun
law on tli !'o k?
Tbo funny part of it e that any
ono in Honolulu should take
Beriously, iuy referenco to the
Tramways outfit as equal to street
railways of the United States and
President Schurmnn hasn't un
report to make to tho newspapers
on tho Phiilipptno situation.
After all they havo done to show
that the work of tho Filipino
ppaco commission was woreo than
usolesa, this is unkind.
A Quebec despatch says Cana
da's trade relations with Giont
Britain .ami tbo United States
are becoming more and more
anomalous every year. Tho
greater efforts tho Dominion
makes to stcure larger trade in
markets of Great Britain the
faster she is driven oat by Ameri
can competition; tho mote tho
Dominion seeks reciprocity with
the United States the larger are
Aaibriciiu exports to Canada.
There's jiidt one way for Canada
to settle the wholo business get
WANTS MIA. AMKUIOANISM.
Gen. Leonard Wood, who has
been one of tbo most successful
administrators in Cuba, says
tho way to handle Cubans is to
give them full benefit of American
laws rather than attempt to govern
them under tho partially levised
laws of Spain. Ho hns fonnd the
CubaiiB rondily accepting a scheme
of government bused on lines si mi
lar to American local government
but tbey are suspicions of
revamped Spanish laws and are
prone to question the honesty of
the Amoricans in establishing a
now sovereignty. In school mat
tors tho Cubans not only acoept
but arc anxious for the Amorican
sohool in which the English
languako is used. Acoording to
Gen. Wood, the mistake in ruling
Cuba is boing raado in failing to
make tho radical change which
tho Onbaus anticipated. It can
bo accomplished with quito as
much ease as the preeont gradual
chango and tho moral effect upon
the people would f bo" bettor than
the bIow system now in vogue.
From Cuba and all tho poaceful
now possessions comes tho cry
"Give us full American rule."
Tho half and half mixture has
yet to be proved satisfactory
Wray Taylor, soorolary of the
Board of Immigration, wont down
to S. M. Damon's place in Moana
lua this mornini in company with
an interpreter for the purpose of
making an investigation, on ac
ojunt of the story of ill-treatment
contained in u despatch published
iu yoeterdny morning's papor.
Mr. Taylor found tbo sixteen
IUIia'iH on the p'aco perfectly
satisfied with tlitnr situation. T p
greatest of kindness hud been
shown thorn and they bad no com
plaint WUttteyer to uiuke.
IS THIS VlKW UP THIS MAKSICH.
Tho letter from Mr. Hatoh to
tho Advertiser, in which that pa
per is sharply criticized for its
attitude on matters connected with
tho Constitution is an oye opener
to every ono who has watched that
gentleman's career during his
residence in the islands. In the
foremost rank of attorneys ho is at
once ono of tho most consorvativo
and it rarely happens that he is
annoyed to the extent that bo
rushes into print. That his opin
ion on tho subject upon which he
writes is valuablo is conceded by
every ono who knows the man.
The viow taken by Mr. Hatch ro
uarding tho Constitution of the
United States being activo in Ha
waii; that we cannot legally live
up to two constitutions or up to a
little of ono and a good deal of
another, is the view of the masses
Either wo should 'have tho Con
stitution of tho United States or
we should have the Constitution
of tho Republio of Hnwaii; any
half way measure is disagro-'ablo.
Mr. McKinley, who seemingly has
tho power to stop an olectiou, may
bo willing to say whothor or no
the Constitution of the United
States or that of the Itepublio of
Hawaii, or both, holds gojd.
Monday night's hoaso proved
that tho alteration of the evenings
on which tho program cbangos
wns certainly not an injudicious
one. Post and Marion led off
with a ludicrous sketch, after
which Miss Lilian Loslio sang
several ballads including "Quoon
of the Roe os" which wero well ro
chived. Haewood and Bopgs gavo
what was strictly sneakiuc a
"screaming" farco in which an
elderly hysterical spinster, with
red cockscrow curls and inflated
skirts, a suppositious mouse and a
lover of mature years comprise
the cast. The troublesome rodent
is finally expelled tbo premises
and joy abcuuds.Miss Ethel Dixon
Bang Bweetly "Because I Love
You," A Hawaiian verso has
been tacked on to ber specialty
ballad "Sho Could Not Under
stand" which fairly brought down
the house calling forth a doublo
encore. Miss Lynwood, tho ami!
ing contortionist and Al. Hnztmrd
the ventroloquist ably closing tho
Tfankt Prom til Front.
Editob Evening Bulletin:
Will you kindly state through the
columns of your valuablo paper
my sincere thanks and apprecia
tion for tbo many periodicals sent
to me. Myself and comrades have
taken much pleasure in reading
samo. I assure you many, many
weary moments we would bo com
pelled to suffer had not our f riond
All tho "vets." havo a warm spot
in their hearts for tho people of
Honolulu; the hospitality we can
not forget. Tho future looks ex
ceedingly dark. Wo do not look
for an end to this war until at
least one long year. We wore
formerly acting as infantry, but
now as light artillery ; rolievou
the Utahs, who go to "God's coun
try." Thanking you iu advance
for space, and hoping to again
visit all my Honolulu friends.
Yours very truly,
Eno. Ene D. Giuehson
G Battery, 3d U. S. A.
Balinag, P. I, July 2, "J9.
I'uitom Home Detail. .
Following is tho Custom House
detail for the month of August:
jjmrior. inspector e joun w.
Short (Boarding officer); R H.
MaCauley and Mr. H. Drummond,
iu charge of day and night
Discharging Inspectors G. W.
Kiester, A. W. Noely, E A.
Jacobson, M. J. Soanlon, E. E.
Miller, H. Kruger, T. MoGrew,
and 0. H. Dor fee.
Guards J. Brown, (in chargo
of boots, eto ,) G. W. O. Jones, Jr. ,
A. Mitchell, Geo. Kaomoi, J.
Eanuu, Moses Knuwe, J. Maka
eho, Wm. Needham, Alex. Bi
shaw, J. Enloamakai, Geo. K.
Fox, D. Espinda, J. Kekahio, H.
Kaili, S. M. Eamakau, 8. Hano
hono, M M. Needham, W. Rod
gere, B. Eaunahi, J. E. Namolau
and W. H. Eealakai.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
n .'tween Board's This morning it McDrvde,
Session Yesterday afternoon o llonokaa, irj 10
Ewa, a8, 5 do, a8.
GEMS AND GnMLETS.
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 upon my riding a Sterling bicycle.
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 Sine Slnel: "Poor fel-
lowl You say you were put here for
Fire Bug (a prisoner): "Yes, lady.
S'hellup me craclousl der goots vas hardly
"Well, yes," said the modest racing
Manoa Wonder, "with my new 1899 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 ill, 1 hope, Robby ?"
Bobby Bike: "Not'zackly. Her bloom
ers Is jes' beln' cleaned."
Take It to the Pacific Cvcle & M'f'e Co.
on Fort street when anything goes wrong
with 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 Gotrox's will Is a masterpiece of
legal ingenuity and acumen, uo you t"
.ludee Sliarnlev: "Sir. drew It: and I
will stake my reputation upon that will's
lasting in trie courts as long as tne prop
The P. C. & M. Co. will sell you a
high-grade Sterling for J6o.ro on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
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I'On to Manila,!
By DOUGLASS WHITE, S
jfet "Examiner-War Correspondent K
-;Have been received Ay the
CO., Ltd. we-
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.,
TO - NIGHT I
Post and Marlon.
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and 'Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and Haeward
In a Comedy Sketch,
"A TerilB BoiMtBr!"
Post and Marion
0J THE CIRCUS I
General Admission, a sc and 50c
Last six rows for Children under 11 years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs. 50c.
Seats can b booked by ringing up Telephone 540
The regular Quarterly Meeting of the
Union Feed Co., Ltd., will be held at the
Company's offices, Judd Building, on
Wednesday, August 9th, iBqq, at 10:30
a. m. F. R. VIDA,
I29i-2t Sec. U. F. Co., Ltd.
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 $1.25.
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 ; we guarantee to fill them without
any trouble to you.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerley BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Deimel'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 metal polish. We are dis
tributing free samples ol this wonderful
(A first-class disinfectant).
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
..Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coa' or
wood; Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Fllte r; D.-!rr.tu OH S oves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
" Tho Powlor " Tlio
Rough Ridors" "TheDown
fall of tho Dervishes "
"Waldtrandt" "Major Tao
fics "of Ohoss" ''Outriders"
"Dross" "Prisoners of
Hopo" "Tho Making of Ha
waii" "Tho Real Hawaii"
"The Ru pin" "Egypt in
181)8" "Enpiritii "'an "
'Span o1 Life"- "Tho Oap
sina" "Rod Rook" "David
Haruni" "Tho A.vkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English Thought " " Tho
Droamors" "The Prinoiples
of Bacteriology" &c.
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
316 FORT STREET.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Ladies' Sailor Hats!
In all the newest shapes.
llNfAlN 1 b AINU L-HlLUKfclYi) MILLllNtKY I i
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tli Fooplo's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
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
51.50 " " " J1.00
i2'ic Turkish Towels 3 for 25c
2cc " " 2 for 25c
Egan Dry Goods
Anderson's Concentrated Soup,
Grown Cooked Sauerkraut,
VanCamp's Pork and Beans,
VanCainp's Maccaroni and Cheese,
Beardsly's Shredded Codfish,
Postum Cereal, Grapouuts,
H. O. Mush, Wheaton, etc., etc
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orphcum 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. Water-house, H. 5. Mclntyre & Bros.,,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS3
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, - 22 and 02 thlkiuioncs Bethel Stroot, - 24 and OiO'
P. O. Box 38fl.
JUST ARRIVED :
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and
Also, a Complete Variety of
25c Huck Towels 3 for 50c
75c Damask Towels 50c each'
12HC Flaxtne Toweling 3 yards for 25c
15c Flaxlne Toweling, per yard 'oc
Co,, Fort Street.
We make a specialty of
RUSH ORDERS. DEVEL
OPING AND PRINTING
work guaranteed, the best in
the city. PHOTOGRAPHIC
SUPPLIES of all descriptions
at EASTERN PRICES.
420 Fort Street.
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