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THE EVENING BULLETIN: PONOLULU, II. I., AUGUST 16. 1899.
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Hh1 ttrrtt, Honolulu, II, I., by lh
ULLKTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.FARRINGTON Editor
KkNIEL LOGAN , City Editor
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 1899.
An affidavit from Davy Jones
that the City of Columbia in in
tba lockor i what tho water front
solona are lookiii" for.
A(?ainaltlo nppalfl to Europe
for recognition of bis ropublio,
Just watch what hnpponn to the
first natiou recognizing bis pica.
Seprotary ltootsnya if moro th an
50,000 men aro needed in tho
Philippines they will be promptly
forwarded. Now the war depart
ment "is talkiDg." Tho people
know Hoot as n man of action.
Porto ltieo is now scheduled for
a full territorial government.
Porto Means, present advantago
over Hawaii is that 'they oro not
ruttliiiig in wj'h requests for ex
ceptions to tho general rulo oP
If the government showed one
half tho interest in carrying on
public works and providing funds
for successful work in tho vruous
departments, that it docs in send
ing a special representative to
Washington, the pnoplo might
gain some confidence in the local
administration. "Cut down ox
penso" ietho order given in near
ly every buieBii of tho government,
yet tboro seemB to be plenty of
money! to spend on fruitless mis
sions. Tho excuse given is donbt-1-
ss that money appropriated for
tho paymentgof officials caunot bo
used by tho departments. Tho
situation is such however that tho
government can, if it wants to, so
care authority from Washington
to increase tho moneys placed at
the disposition of government
bureausr. If thero is money avail
ablo to send men to Washington,
that money would far better bo
uied by the Board of Education
or the Public Works department.
It behooves the government to
use somo of its strenuous effort in
behalf of the people of Hawaii .
SPECIAL HKPUKSKNTATIVK AGAIN
Again the proposition to have
a special government pleader sont
to Washington during tho next
Congressional session has come
up. Just what advantage is to
accrue to Hcwaii by having such
an individual in Washington has
yet to bo made clear. The idea of
paying government funds to sup
port a special representative in
Washington undor prcsont condi
tions is as foolish us was the govern
ment's plan to hold the elections
whether or no. Wo already have
Mr. Dolo and Juitice Frear,
members of the Hawaiian Com
mission, and if the Washington
friends of Hawaii think that tho
situation calls for the assistance of
a special Hawaiian representative
they will doubtless call upon ono
of these) gentlemen to "come on.'
Is it the inditFerenco previously
shown the Hawaiian Commission
ers that now moves tho govern
ment to send a man whether or
no? Does the local govornmoot
considor itself bettor able to seloct
tho men needed, than President
MoKiuley? Or is it that private
iutcres'H want special representa
tion and tho government is willing
to Baddlo tho people with tho ox
ponsos of his stay at tho capitol?
Tho policy of tho administra
tion toward Hawaii is vary woll
known; the plan has boen laid
and at best tho special roprosont
ativti from Hawaii would be little
moro than an office buy uulues ho
ojoupird M timo sookini' to so
euro fo' Hawaii Hpooial oxonp
tioiis to Anipriiriii territorial laws,
If ill if work of liHuiii'ing special
exceptions in what thegovprutnout
wants done, tho only rosult will
be tho hampering of the adminis
tration forces by tho schemo so
common to Hawaii of playing into
tho hands of tho onomy.
If any particular coterie of men
want special representation iu
Washington lot them pay for it.
The government officials havo no
right or authority unless it is
the usual assumed authority to
spt-ud government funds for pay
ing the oxpensos of somo expen
sive lawyer to appear in Hawaii's
bshalf. Tho people aro satisfied
to lot thoir internets rest in tho
hands of President MoKiuley.
DREYFUS FACES ACCUSERS.
Continued from Page 1.
the task, which, it is understood,
will bo completed Friday next. A
public session, therefore, will take
placo Saturday morning. The
dossier cnusistsvof about 400 do
cuments of which fifty woro dis
posed of yesterday.
Several of the documonts aro
written in German. During the
proceedings today a German die
tionory was sent for and tho cor
respondent of tho Associated
Prose learned from a euro source
that when certain words and ex
pressions could not be exactly un
derstood, evou with tho aid of tho
dictionary, Dreyfus, who is a per
feet Gorman scholar, volunteered
a translation and was allowed to
givo explanations which woro of
valuable assistance to tho mem-
bors of tho coutt.
Tho precautionary police meas
ures today were much more string
ent than Saturday. Strong de
tachments of infantry, instead 'of
gendarmes cordoned tbo streets
loading to tho Lycoo. Gendarmes
alono performed this duty yester
day and tbt public who woro
tnooh loss numerous, barely must
ering 300 persons, were pressed
still farther back. PersonB stand
ing insido the entrance hall of a
house within view of the door of
the Lycoo wero oven compelled by
gendarmes to rotroat into tho in
terior of tho house, and the front
door was closed. Absolutely no
body but police and soldiers woro
tbuB within 100 yards of Dreyfus
when ho crossed the avenue de la
WRITER ON HAWAII HERE. 3
Mifs Mary H. Krout, tho Chi
cago lady who was here during
tho revolution of 1895 and who,
upon returning to tho States
wrote a book entitled "Hawaii
and o Revolution," arrived in the
Moaua last evening. She will re
main hero for a few days', loavinc
for Japan, China and the Philip
pines in tbo next stoamer for tho
Orient, there to gather material for
other books. She expects to re
main in tbo Unent about three
months, returning here for a short
stay at tho end of that time.
Mins Krout is the guest of Hon.
and Mrs. W. O. Wildor at whose
home suo may be fonud by her
friends all day tomofrdw.
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT
Between Doardt ao Oihu. 1? : ac Oolcala. 91: &
Oahu, 175. Thlt morning 100 McUryde paid up, 18;
65 bwa, a,W; 15 McUryde, 1 8-10; 15 Oahu, 175; 4000
O R 8c L Co liondi. 106.
Session Yesterday afternoon 10 HonoVaa, 6)j
i do, ()',: 5 du, ad);; 10 McUryde, J a-j; 5 Honokaa,
aoK; 5 4o, 30,
J. K. Scott Very 111.
J. F. Scott is very ill at the
Queen hotel. When leaving tho
steamer Moana onj arrival from
the Coast last evening ho Buffered
a stroke of paralysis and foil on
wharf. Ho was taken imme
diately to tho Queen Hotol where
be now lies in a critical stato,
boing in n worse condition this
afternoon . Mr. Lightfoot is in
obargo of him and physicians and
nurses aro busy attending on him.
Mrs. Scott is still in the States.
Mr. William Sharp, louder of
tho Orphoum theatre orchestra,
leaves by tho Alameda on Friday
for tho coast accompanied by his
wifo. Mr. Sharp's decision to
sever his oonneotion with tho Or-,
phoum proprietory is a matter of
regret to his many personal aud
I III! H .. I . II I
Presidont MoKmloy has bought
tho famous "MoKiuloy Gottago"
in Canton whoro ho had lived up
to tho timo of going to the Whlto
TOWINQ TIIR SHAMROCK.
London, August 9. Mr.Thomas
Ftnssell, tho representative of Sir
Thomas Lipton, told a rcporlor of
the Associated Press today that
tho skippers of tho cup ohaflonger
Sbansrock and steam yacht Erin
now on their way to New York,
bold writton instructions from Sir
Thomas Lipton, uuder no circum
stances to tow tho challenger ex
cept in accordance with the speci
al agreement with tho New York
Yacht Club, namely when tho
breeze is insufficient for Sham
rock to procood under her own
Blopplnjr Filipino Arms.
Washington, August 0. The
Hon. John Goodnow, Consul
General of tho United States at
Shanghai, has rendorod a decision
as refroo in the Consular Court
which will bo of far reaching 'im
portance during the continuance
of tho war in the Philippines.
The caso was in relation to the
Bteamor Abbey, charged with tak
ing arms from Canton to Luzon.
It has boen iu contention for some
time. The ownors of tho vessel
gavo bond that tho ship should
land tho arms purchased at Singa
pore, but she did not do so. Tho
bond wos domanded by the Chi
nose authorities. Mr. Goodnow
holds that it must be paid.
HOW KI1IBI BROKE HIM.
"I know It's too bad." said the con
vlcted defaulter, "but It all comes of beintr
an optimist r
"An optimist?" said the visitor to the
"Yes; I was dead sure Kihel stock would
go my way, and I backed my opinion with
some one's else money I"
Get your calcium-carbide from the P. C.
& MTg Co.
Relgnald : " I want to buy you a doe,
Miss Ethel I What kind of a dog would
Ethel (thoughtfully): "Well, I should
like a dear Uttle sllky-halred angel, with
large poetic eyes, and a sweet little rose
bud mouth, and a soulful expression, that's
a good ratter and a good fighter, and a
prime retriever and waterdog, and a good
courser, and doesn't eat too much, and Is
easy to keep dean"
Relgnald: "Excuse me, Miss Ethel
but what you want Is a Sterling Chalnless
Bicycle, from the P. C. & M'f'g Co."
Twentieth Century Gas Lamps, at the
P. C. & M'f'g Co.'s.
Wig: "Jones says he can read a woman
like a book."
Wag: "Yes; but he can't shut her up
Crescent Bicycles for S4$, at the P. C.
& M'f'g Co.'s.
After testing oleomargarine at the Board
of Health food Investigation the other day,
Dr. Dor remarked that it was lust as good
as the butter he had for breakfast. But,
how does the doctor know just what he
did have for breakfast ?
Old Hunter: "Hullow, old fellow; how's
hunting ? I don't see that yous have bag
New Hunter: "Oh, you don't, eh ?
Then just look at the knees of my new
He swears he'll get his ammunition from
the P. C. & M'f'g Co. next time he goes.
Sterling Bicycles at Go, at the P. C. &
M'f'g Co.'s. '
' f J. "Ti TJ. iT& "JTC. tf 5. -fli 75. JTC.
THIS COUPON, 8
fcj Ana 25 venis,
p GOOD FOR ONE COPY ft
ifon to Manila.'
By DOUGLASS WHITE,
fcj "Examiner' War Correspondentp
Have been received by the
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.
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THIS TIME IT IS
Indurated Fibre Ware!
NEAT AND DURABLE.
Tubs, . Buckets, DJsh Pans, Pitchers,
Wash Basins, Infants' Baths,
Slop Palls, Measures,
And many other useful articles
Prices arc cut 25 per cent..
All marked In plain figures.
We are making this reduction because
we have too large a stock of these goods,
and want more room for two carloads of
JEWEL STOVES and one car of GUR
NEY CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS
which are on the way.
-Von Holt Hlock, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurncy Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
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, yat $1.25.
. Your gain, our loss ; too many,
that's the reason.
Wc 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 : : WaYeflCy BlOCl
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Bough Riders" "TlioDown
fall of tho Dorvishos "
"Waldtrandt" "Major Tac
tics of Chess" "Outridors"
"Dross " " Prisoners of
Hope" "Tho Making of Ha
waii" "The Real Hawaii"
"Tho Unpin" "Egypt in
18JI8" " Espiritu Stain o"
"Spun o' LilV- "The Oap
sina" "Red Rock"-"David
Haruni" "Tho Awkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English Thought" "Tho
Dreamors" "Tho Principles
of Bacteriology" &o.
Hawaiian Curios, &c.
Golden Rule Bazaar
316 FORT STREET.
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.
Tli 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.
Special This Week:
Ladies' Vests 10c, 15c, 20o
Past Black Hose 3 pairs for 50o
Gents' Balbriggan Underwear .- 75c a suit
Past Black Socks 10c a pair
Egan Dry Goods
Protect Your 'Family' and Property I
Germania Life Ins Co. of N. Y.; assets $2,21 1,910.1 j
Greenwich Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y.; assets 1,73 J 18.29
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society; assets 6,53,403.8
Canton Marine Ins. Co.; assets 2, 00,000.00
Pacific Surety Co.; assets 29,000.00
Gear, Lansing & Co.
Mcpchnnt Street Side
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 lln
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, II. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
l'ort Btroot, 22 mid U2-
1. O. llox 38U.
O. A. GltOTK,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR.
ClotlioH nmilo to orilur ut u rmuonable
cost. Clotlii'M vlonmid, rnpHlri'd mid
riyud. l'lrnt-claiin work Kunruntmid, 1'.
O. box 240. Union Btroot, Honolulu
II, I. JlitM
Co., Fort Street.
FMMFTT MAY Mnnaor.
Dick's Balata Belting. V
-ISothol Btroot, - 24 and 01&
534 FORT ST.,
-Nrcornr of Chiplilu U
fflitnlni in4 Ut pililng at Short Nullct,
in in uit nil puiticii ntnnir.