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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 12. 18!
ZJLTFR and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
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.J "
INVESTMENT SECURITIES ,
Particular attention given to purchase ni iala ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
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403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
W. C. ACHI& CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will liny or Hell Beal Estate 1b
all porta of the group.
Cy Wo will Belt Properties on Reason
able Commissions) .
OFFICE, lb West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chinese Granite Hitching
Posts, $5 each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LET.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OGTIONEER AND STOCK BR0KE1
No. 5 Queen Btreet.
Expert Appraisement of Beal
Rotate and Furniture
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Molnerny Block. Fort Street.
The Bulletin, 76c per month.
m letrSesic Value Characterises &
ALL - ftUR -SPECIAL -OFFERINGS -FOR- THE -COMIM- WEEK!
oust iloiidsz- iLTZEisia: -w:b shall sell :
Allwool French Challies, new designs, at 25c a yard. Positively the best value ever offered.
English Piques, in white and colors, at 20c a yard. Other stores are asking 30c for inferior goods.
Real Scotch Ginghams in plaids and stripes, at 15c and 20c a yard.
The original prices on these lots were 30c and 35c a yard.
new lot of All-wool Black Crepons, 45 in. wide, at $1.00 per yard; honestly worth $1.50.
N. 8. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY,
3a3Sa Tlx People's DF27o-vidLei7S- eceecee
RAISING CAMPAIGN FUND
Deliberation of National
Bryan and Altgeld Hive Parted Company for
Vict Presidential Booms
Chicago, July 21. The Demo-
emtio National Oommitteo has set
its mark for tbo 1900 campaign
fund at $2,000,000. It may have
to bo satisfied with $1,000,000 or
leas, bat on tho "aim high" prin
ciple, ospooially wbon the shooting
is at long rango, it will try for the
$2,000,000 target. Tho intootions
of tho committee have been thns
keyed tip by address of National
Committeeman Woodson from
Kentucky on tho method that he
has adopted at home. Woodson
has a record of raising $15,000
in less than thirty days, workinc
only daring his spare time. He
assured the committee that he
could raiso $100,000 in Kentuok
for the 1900 war -oheot. Wood
son recommends tho combination
of personal appeal to tho people
on patriotic grounds, "horse
senso" argument and moral
suasion with a club. Ho has
tried tbo prescription.
In Kentuoky his praotico has
beon Jo notify a small coterie of
prominent Democrats iu a given
town that bo would like to meet
them at a local hotel on a certain
day. Ho gets them into his room,
locks the door, and "goes at V m
hammer and tongs." Ho tells
them that the Democratic party
cannot got campaigu funds any
more from tho corporations or
big interests expecting to bo ro
paid with logislativo favors, and
that it must look to the people for1
its money. Tbo logic of circum
stances, be explains, demands that
the men who will bo looking for
patronago favors, if influenced by
no higher motives, should contri
buto to the campaign fund. Then
he says: "I want each of you men
hero to pledgo yourselves to con
tribute $5U eaon J5 if you can
not pay $50, or $10 if you cannot
afford $25. You can pay it all
now, or give me a note for it to bo
paid in future, or you can pay $1
or $2 a month."
Woodson told tho committee he
had never known this method to
fail. Tho national committee
likes the plan, and each commit
teeman is a committee of ouo.
This and other methods will also
bo used through the ways and
means committee to get the $2,000,
William J. Bryan and John P.
Altgeld havo definitely parted
company, liryan lias ended poll
tical association with Altgeld. Ac
cording to the Nebraska man's
views, expressed several times to
day, lie paid all his debts to Alt-
gold Thursday night whtn ho
,went to the Anditonum. Mr. Bry
an has not minced words in telling
bis friendB that he felt keenly and
resonted the embarrassing position
into which Altgeld trapped him by
getting his consent to speak at the
Auditorium on pretonBo that it
was a "harmony" meeting, to be
presided over by Mayor Harrison.
Tho Vico Presidential booms of
George Fred Williams of Mapsa
chuet'tiB and Judge James P. Tar
xin of Kentucky havo been puno
tured at this national gathering,
bat another Vice-Presidential
boom has arisen on the ruins of
the two melted o.nes for Henry
D. Olayton of Alabama. Clayton
u a Congressman, could run for
Governor of his Stato it ho wanted
to, and altogether is iu high
standiug with the national loan
ore. Chioaco, judgiuu from th-
talk of tho national committeemen
todav. will net the Domooratio
convention of 1900 whether it ask
it or not. Smallor citios' boomers
made good impressions, bat the
mon who will decide think Ohica
uo the only place for the conven
tion. ANNEX "AN DOMINGO,
New York, July 27. A Journal
special from Washington sayB:
The assassination of President
Heureaux and the probability of
disturbances thero have revived in
official circles the advisability of
annexing the country to the Unit
ed States as a humanitarian and
necoasary political move. Tho
armored cruiser Brooklyn or some
other largo war ship will be sont
to Santo Dominican waters to pro
tect American lives and property.
The public debt of tbo country is
held in New York and a United
States syndicate has ontiro control
of tho national finances, managing
tho Custom houses and Govern
It is understood that a syndi
cate, which is called the Santo
Domingo Improvement Company,
has already urged the necessity of
mterferonco by tho United States
If Cuba is given her indepen
dence the acquisition of Santo Do
mingo will restore to tho United
States military advantages she
gives up by the eurronderof Cuba.
Thero is a Btrong feeling in tho
country in favor of annexation.
Revolutions can only be prevent
ed by tho interference of a Btrong
power like the United States. Tue
Government of Santo Domingo
voluntarily ttougbt annoxation to
this country in 1863.
WATSON CALLS FOR MAIUNK1.
Washington, July 29. At the
requost of Bear Admiral Watson,
commander of the naval forces on
tho Asiatio station. Brigadier
General Haywood, commander of
tbo Marino Corps, will send a bat
talion of 350 marines to Manila.
Arrangements for tho 'transporta
tion of tbo marines from Man Iran
cisco on army troop ships are ho
ing mado by the JNavy Department
with the War Dopartment. Admi
ral Watson will soud the marines
to Cavite naval station.
In the recent oampaign to the
south of Manila tho insurgents at
tacked Cavite station, Bending
several shells into it. Admiral
Watson desires to make tbo Bta-
tion secure against such attacks
without calling on tho army for
re-enforcements. Thero are about
300 marines now at Cavite, and the
force will bo increased to about
120:). Tbo battalion to be sent
from San Francisco will consist of
five companies under the command
of Major Georgo 1 Elliot, com
muudaut of marines at Washing
. '"'T"""!!" m m J
FORGOT THEIR TOBACCO
Shortly before the sailing of
the City of Columbia for Hong
kong. Thursday afternoon, seven
of tho crow desorted and caused
no end of trouble before thoy were
put aboard again. Harry Evans
with tho assistance of another po
liceman managed to get them
aboard, howevor, whore it was ne
cessary to put them in irons. This
was not accomplished without a
'lively scrimmago, tho desertors at
tempted to jiimpovorboard and
otherwise mado things lively un
til the plucky Evans drew his
At the last moment it was die
covored that no tobacco had been
provided tor tno voyage; couso-
quently the steamer's departure
was postponed until tobacco was
Five pounds of chawing and
five pouuds of smoking tobacco
together with $6 50 worth of
spirits for the modicme chest
were put aboard just before the
Columbia lifted ber anchors.
Captain Walker oxpecte to make
the 4920 miles from Honolulu to
Hong Kong at a ten knot spoed,
which means twenty days' voyage
Ten pounds of tobacco for sixty-
one man for twenty days.
It is known that several deser
ters from the British ship Anti-
opo are abeard the Colombia. She
carried no mail.
LUMBER PIlU'EH RISE.
New York, August 1. There
has been a general advance of
from 15 to 25 per cent, in tho
prico of Inmbor Binco January 1.
Tho demand for hickory, oak and
othor hard woods is particularly
sharp. Quarterod oak costs 815
more per thousand feet that it did
six in,onths ago and it is hard to
obtain. Spruce and pine also
havo advanced, though not bo
materially as bard woods.
Local dealers do not attribute
tht-so advances to any scarcity of
timber, but tbey say that tho Baw
mills are unable to fill their oruors
which are heavy, on account of
tho demand for cars, vessels aud
trucked to handle the increased
business throughout the country.
GOODRICH COMMANDS THE IOWA.
Washington, July 2d. Captain
O F. Goodrich has been detached
from command of tbo cruiser Ne
wark and ordered to assume com
mand of tho battle ship Iowa on
September 1, relieving Oaptaiu
Terry, who is ordered homo on
waiting orders, ine assignment
is of special interest in connec
tion with the plans to make the
Iowa the nucleus of a consider
able fleet on the Pacific Coast and
exeouto an extensive program of
naval maneuvers. Being the only
bnttle-Buip of the fleet, the Iowa
will probably rank first among tbo
snips of that Btation, aud Unptaiu
Goodrich doubtloss will have
Captain Goodrich has been a
conspicuous figure in the Navy
ever since his days as a cadot. He
was born in Pennsylvania in 1847
and appointed to the Navy from
Connecticut in 1861. Uo was
wonderfully proficient in his
studies, aud loft the Academy in
1864 at the head of his class. By
1869 he had reached the grade
of Lieutenant-Commander, and
in 18-54 bo whb made Commander.
Uo wa& promoted to the Cap
taiucv last year.
In 1882 he accompanied Sir
Garnet Woheley on his Soudan
campaign as naval aid, and was iu
tbefamnus engagement at Tel el
Kobir. He has mado a specially of
torpedo and fortification work,
and in that connection has served
on important boards. Ho is the
gold medalist of the Naval Insti
tute. When the war with Spiiu
broke out be was first assigned to
tbo command of tbo auxiliary
cruiser St. Louis, and later was
transferred to tho command of the
cruiser .Newark. Uo has always
been recognized as an excollrfnt
officer, and is popular in the ser
vice. His homo is still in Con
necticut. m m
Despite tho inclement woathor
Thursday evening tbeattendanco at
the Orpbeum showed no falling off
The opening farce in which May
Ashley and other members of the
company participate, aUo tho
plantation sketch by Post aud
Marion wore as ludicronous as
usual. Boggs and Haewood iu
"Why Jones Reformed" wero up
to tlnir usual excellont standard.
Miss Leslie sang "Cupid and I,"
a waltz song from tho opera sere
nades; also "Just As tho outi
Went down," with encores to
each. Miss Ethel Dixon sai.g
"Tho Armorer's Song" from tho
opera of lvobin Hood in its ori
ginal key. Tho easo and lack of
special effort with which tins
balnd was rendered gave further
evidenco of Miss Dixou's high
ability as a songstress. Al tin
znnr also Miss Lynwood, contor
tionist, intr.duoed some new busi
uess. Tommorrow Saturday ma
tinee it 2:40 p. m.
Reward WOO .Tlarka,
For information loading to tho
apprehension of Joseph Goouczi
tho Royal Polios President of
Berlin offers a reward of 1000
marks about $250. The raau is
wanted on suspicion of murder
ing two wnmou in Berlin. The
man is doeoribod as an Austrian
speaking "sdveral Europeau lan
guages fluently. He is a shoe
maker by trade. "Ho is 1,65
meters high of short and stout
size, dark curled hair, which ho
used to color deeply dark, almost
black, dark-fair moustache and
whiskers parted in tho midst uud
usually painted black." Fuller
description may be had at the
LnndoD, August 1. In tho
match game of cricket between the
Marylnbouo cricket club aud the
visiting Australians which began
at Lord's yesterday the Australi
ans wore all out in their first in
nings today for 319 runs. Tho
Marylebono players, in thoir first
innings yesterday were all oat for
New England Bakory & Candy
Co., Hotel Btreet manufacture a
fino lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding uakfB, ico creams, shfirbots
and candies finest in tho city
and prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lutted, Mana
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
Western Sugar Boflnery Oo. of Baa
Baldwin LooomotWe Works of Fhtan
delphia.Penn.. D. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Oo. (Nation
Cane8hroddor),N'-j York, IT. 8. A,
-H.Ohlandt & Go's Chemical FertUlMtf I
Alex Cross k Son, high grade terttfa
Iters for Cane and Coffee.
Beeds Steam Pipo Covering
Offer for Sale
Perafflne Paint Co's P k B PalnU an4
Papers; Lucol and Linseed oils, raw
In Inri .), (a cold water paint) in whlK
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lims aal
CASTLE & GOOKE,
Die Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co.. Ltd.
rtie k'ohitl Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Milt Co.
Die Kotoa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Wnrki, St. Louli, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blade Steam Pump,.
the New England Life Insurance Co, of Bott
The Etna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford, Conn.
Th. Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for the California and Orient
BREWER & COMPANY, LIM1TID
ilueen street, Honolnln, B.l.
Hiwillm Agricultural Company, Onomea Bant
oiapany, lionomu Sugar Company, Walluka
jgar Company, Walhee Sugar Company, Matt
-igar Company, Halcakala Ranch Company, K
pila Ranch. Planteri' Line San Fraodtoe
'acLcU, Chu. Brewer & Coa Line of Boatoa
'tcacta.Agenti Boston Board of Underwrtteri
ictnta Philadelphia Board of Underwriter.
ust or omcxRSt
O M Couko,Preldent: Georgo II BoberUOB,
UDBgorj E F Bishop, Treasurer and Set.
siaryiGol. W 1? Allen, AnditoriOMCookii
t '.Vaterhonae, A W Carter. Directors.
.1. PHILLIPS & CO.,
ho!oafde Importers and Jobbers 0!
foMpjM and American Dry G00A
Fort and Qneen HtreeU.
mm commission mm
y- Kurt and Queen Streets Honolulu.
OHAS. ,T. FALK,
Membor Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Boom 301, .Tmlcl ButUllng.
" Two hits" and a BULLETIN
coupon buys a copy of On To Manila.