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THE EVENING BO-IITIS'. HuNm.ULU, B. J., AUGUST 11, 1899.
fiMUhed Every Dty, eac-pt Sjndly, at us Klnc
tlrttt, Honolulu, H. I , by the
ULUVTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARH1NGTON Ciller
tWIEL LOGAN City Edllof
FRIDAY, AUG. 11, 1899.
Tho "round robin" is becoming
n "bird" of frrqnent Hicut.
Tue Hrippy lAnuily will give no
"at borne" to frioridu in the Exe
cutive Building this awning.
Tbo people rue cordially invited
to attend tlm Inst dunce tonight ;
tho lBt at which officials dance
and tbo poplo pay Uio fiddlers.
Hitch jour fmtini'inl wngon to
a roal cslato star, and it will not
disappear biforo a lirooza of finan
Having completed tho fir&t cycle
of 3(35 dnya miicp the flag wiw
raisid, Hawaii finds itself just
where it stalled fiom guessing
about the future.
Mr. Atkinson it to bo conprntu
lated on his new appointraont.
Having compilod thn last
cousus hia now task will bo a
comparatively easy gup.
Advertiser logic: Daniel Wob-
ster couldn't est green apples, the
Advertiser dooeu't like green ap
ples; therefore, it is unAmorican
to think of eatiuo green apples.
Now that Mr. Atkinson ban
baen appointed a special agent the
number of men being "in closi'
touch with tbo administration in
Washington" will supposedly bo
Popularity of Hawaiian music
at tho Omnba Exposition proves
tho wisdom of tho coutoutiou that
the government baud and tho
Qiiotut club should have been
soiit to tho exposition.
If General Otis would get mad,
pull his revolver, and go into the
fie' 1 and tight ho would bo the
most popular general in the army.
If he continues to tattle tho type
writer the newspaper men will
soon have him on the run.
From the notices appearing in
contemporaries one might suppose
Consul Haywood had beou accus
ed of playing a fliin flam game
That ho is here under orders from
the United States government
should bo sufficient to satiafy any
one. Uncle Sam has no many revolu
tionary childron under his wing
now, that adding Santo Domingo
to the buuch won't cause much
additional trouble. Tho annexing
business might better bo settled
up now to put an end to future
If American correspondents in
the Philippines waut to accom
plish anything they should got
tho European correspondents to
keop quiet. AmericauB will ac
cept a lot of criticism from tboir
own people, but wheu outsiders
start in criticising, the Yankee
gets ready to fight
PAHIti KXPOHITION KXI1IIUT.
It is mighty cold comfort the
Chamber of Commerce gives when
replyiug to a request for a Hawai
ian exhibit at the Paris Exposition,
it says " We will give you all the
exhibits wo have." This may bo
favorable action but it is hard to
believe that the Chamber of Com
merce considers any exhibit it may
now have, is u proper rapreeonta
tion of Hawaii to tend to Paris in
When the uutiou, that una given
Hawaii its present prosperity,giveB
the Pali Exposition national re
cognition mil is Bpoudiug no
umall amount of money to have
the United btaled properly repie
suuUd, it is a migb'y Abort sight
ed policy for no organization tlm1
tepnsaut'i Mm wmlth of Ifnwaii to
torn down a request from tho ur.-
tioual commissioner with sort of a
naif hearted acceptance
Judging from tho lack of sup-
put tho Omaha fxhibit received
from tho Imsitiose men aa a whole,
tin supremo question sooms to be
" What do we get out of it?"
Supposing no direct financial ro-
turn is received, is it not enough
that the Amorican Commissioner
to Paris lifts called on Hawaii to
oo'itributo ? Is tbo deiire to have
H'twaii proporly represented as a
worthy part and parcel of tho
United States, utterly devoid of
sorious consideration now that
Hiwaii actually is part and parcel
of tbo United States ? Wo aie not
incliued to think this of tho busi
ness community, but we do boliive
thorn should bo more nctivo sup
port civon tho Paris proposition
than is now in evidence.
A project of sufficient import to
recho national endorsement from
tho country to which wo now givo
al'oianco ought to enlist hoarty
aud active support from Hawaii.
In tho long run tho loss will be
Hawaii's by failure to accept tho
tho opportunity given to cooper
ate with the business men of the
KA1MPK1 WORK BOOMING.
Continued from Page 1.
panoramic view of any residence
place in tho country. To tho east
ih Koko head, tho broad ncoau
view, and nearer at hand tho artis
tic palms that fringo the Waialae
shore. Towards town tho view is
magnificent. From Waikiki to
Waianae, from Manoa and Pololo
Valleys to tho boa line tho viow is
unobstructed. Tuo towu, tue liar
bor; mountains aud sea can bo
seen from ovory bouse of the
tract, now constructed or to bo
constructed. No more ploBBant
location for ecenory. cool breezes,
beautiful surroundings, and easy
access to town can bo obtained in
Water from the resorvoir will be
at tho disposal of the residents in
sixty days, when grass aud trees
will be started in luxuriant
urowlb. A tract of six and one
lialf acres near tho reservoir has
been set aside for Byron 0. Clark,
who will establish a uursory of
fruit trees and sltrubB that will be
at the disposal of thoso desiring
to make their homes artistic from
a landscape gardener's standpoint.
That Honolulu people are on
the lookout for suburban homes is
best shown by tbo fact that within
a year from the time Kaimuki was
put on tho market nearly nil tho
lots have been sold. There re
main a few desirable locations at
former prices, prices that will
never be lower, and will go con
siderably higher when the water
works aro in full operation.
It is now assured that the Rapid
Transit Company will run its liu
through the tract, tho catB run
ning near tho Waialae road and
through tho central avenue of tho
TUB UALL, lONIOUT.
A great number of people are
busy at the Executive building
today making arrangements for
the gianu ball tins evening. Mrs.
King is busy with tho decorations
that will surpass anything yet as
sayed in that lino in the place.
The balustrades of tho grand stair
way will be decorated with maile
and in both lower hall and ball
room will bo a large number of
potted plants accompanied by
other beautiful decorations. The
whole building will be ablazo
with lights and the scene will no
doubt bo n beautiful one to con
template. The arrangements us
published, in yesterday's Bulle
tin remain tho same.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Between DoarJs Yesterday Atlrnoon loo llo
Utlween UoarJ Thlj Morning itu McBryde tH,
100 Walatua paid 14s
Yisterday Allernoon't Smlon a; Olaa yf.
Up to tho time of going to press
there had not been an arrest noted
at the police station.
Tho clerks in tho Interior Of
fice were allowed to go at 12 noon
today in order that arrangements
for a ladies dressing room might
Senator Clark, Colonol Corn
well, Colonel Hodge, Colonol
Noma, Ham Parker and party,
who waut ou tho Mnuua Loa this
morning, will chatter tho steamer
Kauai to pick them up at Labaina
and put them off at Lanai,
GEMS AND GEML.ETS.
Gerald: "Mv father left all his monev
to a school for Idiots."
Gerald ne: "Thoue it of vou t the
last, didn't he?"
"My wife," said a business man, "In
sisted upon my riding a Sterling bicycle.
She said ihere 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 Sine : "Poor fel
low! 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
Atanoa wonder, "with my new 1899 Sterl
ing racer I'm suie of doing better than
ever. Several tests have shown It to be
very rigid, and rigidity Is the secret of
mrs. wneeier: "wnati rour momcr
In bed? Not III, I hope, Robby?"
BobbvBIke: "Not'zncklv. Herblootu-
ers Is jes' beln' cleaned."
1 nice t to we rac tic -vc e nvre ..o.
on Fort street when anything goes wrong
with your wheel; they will repair It
quickly and thoroughly. The part they
menu will ce me strongest pan m inc
machine, and they will not charge, you
much either. , , ,
Bishop Goodfellow: i'So you think
John Gotrox's will Is a masterpiece of
legal Ingenuity and acumen, do yoi I ?"
l.wWShnmlev: "Sir. 1 drew 1 1: and 1
will stake my reputation upon that will's
lasting In the courts as ong as 1 ne prop
erty does." .
The P. C. & M. Co. will sell you a
high-grade Sterling for jCo.ro on small
weekly or monthlv installments.
St And 25'Cents, iyj?
GOOD FOR ONE COPY p
S'On to Manila,'!
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
"Examlnr",Wr Correspondent SC
Have been received by the
-CO., Ltd. - xo-
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.
Paid Hardware Co,, Ltd.
Art Rooms .
TO - NIGHT I
CHANGE 0f PROGRAM !
Post, Marlon and Ashley In the
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
The World's Greatest Contortionist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Boggs and Haevvard
In a Skit, ...
Why Jones Reformed I
Post and Marlon's
General Admit slon, sic and soc.
Lait tlx rows for Children under it years, 10c,
Reserved Chairs, joe.
Seats can bo booked by ringing up Telephone 940
Family Matinee Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m.
EDMUND H. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher q( Records.
HSroillco No. 15 Kfialnmmnu street.
trTnloiliono No. 870.
NOTARY PUBLIC anrl TYPEWRITER
Office: o8 Merchint street. Canpbtlt block, rear
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YOU waul a gooJ 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. Gome and hive a
look at 'em.
"We are offering this month
a line of Stiff-Bosom Colored
Shirts, Latest Stylo, 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 : : WaTCrlCy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Acnts for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Do you realize what a numbenof 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 notHwep for
sale. Among them you will see
(The new metal polish. We are dis
tributing free samples of this wonderful
(A first-class disinfectant).
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Aeents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Fllterc "-'n-.i, Oil oves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Rough Riders" "TlioDowii
fall of the Dervishes "
"Wnlcltraiidt" "Major Tac
tics of Ohcss" "Outriders"
"Dross " " Prisoiiers of
Hoio"-"Tho Making of Ha
waii" "Tho Roal Hawaii"
"Tho Rupiii" "Egypt in
18)8" -"j,,)M.,tu .iiii ii"--'Span
' Lifo" "Tho Onp
siim" "Rod Rook"- "David
Hurinii" "Tho Awkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English Thought" " Tho
Dreamers" "The Principles
of Bacteriology" &c.
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
810 FORT STREET.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Ladies' Sailor Hats!
In all the newest shapes. Also, a Complete Variety of
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY
In Silk and Muslin.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlie People's Providers,
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
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
65c Bleached Damask, per yard 45c
$1.50 " " " fi.oo
I2jc Turkish Towels. 3 for 25c
2CC " " 2for2
Egan Dry Goods
Protect Your Family and Property I
GermaniaLife Ins Co. of N. Y.; assets $25,21 1,910.1c;
Greenwich Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y.; assets 1,373,? 18.29
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society; assets 6,3,40.85
Canton Marine Ins. Co.; assets a.joo.ooo.oo
Pacific Surety Co.; assets 295,000.00
Gear, Lansing & Co.
Merchant Street Sldo
.lucid Building '
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints,
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos &
This Belting is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on th
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros.' GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full Una
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd,
J. T. Waterhouse, H. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Stroot, - 22 ami 02-
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOB.
Clothes irnulo to orclor lit u roneonable
cost. ClotlieH Uoanitil, repaired und
dyod. 1'lrnt-cltiKs work Kuuruutood. 1',
O. box 280. Union utrcot, Honolulu
II. I. 1208
LINEN, TOWELS AND
25c Huck Towels 3 for 50c
75c Damask Towels 50c each
12$ c Flaxine Towelinjr, 3 yards for 25c
15c Flaxine Toweling, per yard roc
Co,, Fort Street,
EMMETT MAY. Manager.
Dick's Balata Belting
TKi.KrjiOM.fi: liuthol Stroot, - 24 unci IH9
V. O. Box 389.
534 FORT ST.,
-Near corner of Chaplain Law
Guanine and Hepalrlng al Short Notice,
ana in in Mil potimie manner,
th.ir ii'Wir.W A
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