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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 19, 1899.
. L. C. ATKINSON,
OlHoo, corner King nnd llothol streets,
Up Stairs. 1227
T. McOANTS STEWART,
Counsellor at Law.
Progros Btnok, opposite Catholio Church
Kurt street, Honolulu, II. I.
1252 Tolepliono 1122
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
tTTORNEY ftT LAW.
I! 1.0. HAWAII1
CHARLES F. PETERSON
eLttornev at Law and
N"otarv .Public. .
JOHN" h. KAULUKOU,
bethel St., Honolulu.
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
OlU: In tlia Occidental Ilotol, cor
ner of Klnir and Alal.oa Streets, Hono
lulu. l'W -
W. 0. Aciii. Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Offlco No. 10 Wort King street.
F. M. BROOKS,
Corner Fort and Motel ftreets,
Over Falrchlld'i Shoe Store,
HONOLULU, H. I.
FRANCIS .T. BERRY,
Will pr.c'i" all t II, S Federal
and Slate Courta.
'rocresi Block, cur Beretanla and Fort streets.
I,(l :: Roomi 5 anil 6.
6. A. MOTT-SMITH,
IAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
1ERKTANIA STREETS, (opposite tho
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
.in.; 7 to 8 p. tn. Sundays: 8 to 11
. rn. Tolepliono 610. P.O. Box 601.
DR. A. GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND HESIDENCE, OEDCIE
COTTAGE, ciTiior Hotol and Richards
airoots. Olllce Hours: P to 11; 2 to
4, 7 to 8. rolophono 053. 1245
DR. A N. SINCLAIR,
118 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours: -10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
tnndays, 12-2 p. in.
Tele phono 74L 1107-3m
DR. C. L. GARVIN
tfllw: 6:17 Kinu Stiikkt, near Punch
IhwI, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. 448
lour: 0 to II a. in.; 1 to 3 p.m.;
7 to 8 p. 111.
DR. TOM'ZO KATSUNUMA,
Skin Dikuixiim t if all kinds a specialty.
OlIIco Ito-ini II, Sprooklos Building,
noun) tl t.i t,
Tulephiinu 11. Rosldenco tolophnuo
DR. I. MORI,
i36Beretani:i street, between Erftma
nnd Fort streets.
Telepli.tmi 277. P. O. Iloz 813.
Jflli-o Huiir-.: Oto 12 11. 111. and 7 to 8
fcjr. : Sunil .vs. 11 to 12 11. in. 1220
DR. T. MITAMTJRA,
loasunii.g Kuuiiis 427 Nuuidu Street.
'aclflpli-mn 132. P. O. llox 842.
t-Hiili'iii'ii, 624 NilUHiiu Ht.
Hour: 0 to 12 a. in. and 7 to 0 p. in.
luimitys, s to 'I p. 111. laiatim
A. C. WALL, D. D. 8.,
O. E.WALL, D.D.S.,
Now l."V' llulldluir, Knit Htroot.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Wo. 'J In llotid .trtiiit, Tolophono WH
IIOUKS- II in 12 h,iu, mul I to 4 p,in,
Peck, Frean &j Co.'s
WHOLE MEAL, OATEN,
In 2-pound tins
Lewis & Co.
111 FORT STREET.
METBOPOLITAN MM CO
J 08 KING STREET.
G. J. rVALLEn, : : Manaoeii
Wholesales and Retail
BEST OF MEATS.
Families desiring tender roasta,
juicy Bleaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
We make a spoclalty of family trade
and soil the best at reasonable
214 NuuanuSt. Telephone 104.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING GO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
6!4&510FortSt., near Hotel.
Hawaiian Medicine Co,,
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Manufacture a full line of -
PURE FAMILY MEDICINES.
Free consultation u a. m.to 12 m. Sales
room open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Telephone No. 36 j. u8j
DR. W. S. NOBLITT,
KIligNt,, near Alakea,
KX-U.S. (l(ir'iPll.VNllllHII III till) IllllUllli.
Olllwi Hours ID it, in, to I p, iu, .1 tn
i p, in,
, Tutujihoiio No, Wi,
moderateV W I
ALTGELD G1YES HIS VIEWS
Would Not Make the 16 to 1 Issue of
Anti-Imperialism Is Not Antl-Eipansiou-
Govtrnmenl Ownership and Trusts
Ohicogo, August 5. Replying
to tho question "Should free silver
coinage at 1G to 1 bo tho pnrn
mount issue next yi ar?" ex-Governor
John P. Altgeld said:
"No. Not any more than any
other ono of several issues. It is
all nonsense to suppose that a
cenvontion can by resolution
make any ono thing the para
mount issue everywhere. Thero
Hro thoso with whom 1G to 1 will
be the paramount issue, but that
it will not make it so with, for ex
ample, comraotoial men. They
nn urally regard the tariff aud
fro-dom from trust domination n
iho moit important issue. Ont in
these great labor districts Gov
eminent by injunction forces
asid" all other Unties. With other
peoplo other matters nro para
mount; as, for examplp, imperial
ism, the Anglo-American alliance
nnd so forth.
''No, I would not in any way
at'oiupt to niakt the platform top
havy with a 16 to 1 declaration.
tlou't helifvo that I would men
tion tbo ratio at all. I would
simply put into the platform a de
claration reaffirm ng1 tho monetary
policy heretoforo advocated by th
Democratic parly. Other old iesnes
hbould bo treated in tho samo
wiy while new issues should be
handled more in detail for the
purpose of making tbo position of
iIih party very clear on them
This should be the troatment of
the imperialistic issue."
A k d what be thought of the
imuoiialirttio issue, ho said:
''When I say iaiporialism I don't
menu xpnnsion. This is a great
country, and it is bound to grow,
and should grow upon legiutoatf
liues aud oxpuud in untural (firec
tious. It think that order should
be restored in Plnliiipines and
the people there be given a good
form of government. Wo ought
to net them going in the riuht
direc ion and see to it that
no other powor interferes with
"Would I withdraw tho army
at once? I would as soon ai
possible. Still, we should not d
anything ridiculous. We have
got into a wrong position there
nnd most get out of it diploma
tically aud decently. But im
perialism, with its great standing
army and menaces (gainst liberty,
must becoino nn absorbing issue
of tho campaign.
"Another great question is that
of government ownership. Muni
cipnl ownorship leads up to gov
eminent ownership and on this
question tho people are far ahead
of tho politicians. It is to a great
extent pntangled with tho trust
question, for great monopolies
are interdependent and in th
railroads are the reliance of many
of them for security iu maintain
ing Ihoir mouopilistio pnvil-K"B.
Let the government take the rail
roada aud the monop A'wa will
bogin tn totter and somo of them
will fall "
m ft m
At the regular animal meetiug
of the Oiihu Cemetery Association,
held yesterday afternoon Lvid
Diyton road his report as sicm
tary. The members uuanituously
norefd that a certain amount of
property on hand be disposed 'f
111 aucuou nun mai m- reserve
fuud of $9,2 7,1.2 bo med for a
receiving vault aud n chapel. It
was decided that all holders of
omctery property Bhnuld look
nttor tun graves on suen property.
Tho matlor of establishment of
n crematory to bo built out of tho
prrceods from proporty now re
mainina unsold wim favorablv
considered. This will bo controll
ed by tho association.
Sydney, August 1. Advices
from Capetown report tho arrival
at Dolngoa Hay of tho United
States cruiser Uhioagn, of 7000
tons, flying tho Hag of Admiral
Unwlflon. Tho object of the
OhtoNgo's visit in not political, it
lii'iou for thn currying of the flag
lit fllufiiut nuviu nut liitnlu vlultiajl
I U IMUtUHt 'Hltn IUM IW ItHMUMf
TRAYELS IN "FAR EAST."
Continued from Pago 3.
nut and its accompaniments,
which is tbo joy of overy Malay.
"Thoso creatures sit on their
haunches the entiro evening, hold
ing up on a level with thoir faces
the different things in thoir care.
The Governor General and his
wife rcoeived their guests in front
of a large portrait of tho queen
and greeted each ono according to
bis special rank and those, who,
by request, wero presented. After
the reception a brilliant ball fol
lowed, but dancing on a marble
floor is not easy or pleasant, al
though people got accustomed to
it thero and seem to thoroughly
" Thoclima'o is exceedingly hot
and trying and nftor eight o'clock
iu the morning it is not safe to be
out of doors again until after four
or hve. Iho day begins nt six
with tho oarly cup of coffee and
breakfast from sevon until nino
cousiMs of cold moats tea, eggs
"Tho chief meal of the day is tl 0
rice table (ryst-tafel)at ono o'clock
This is an Iodinu custom adopted
hy tbo Dutch, nnd begins with a
light soup, after which rice is
served upon n soup plate. A thin
curry soup is p .uml over this.
After tins follow between ten nnd
twenty difforeut dirhes fish, chi-
ken, beef, cooked in various wb)b,
ougs, vegetables and iu addition to
this enormous variety, are at least
ten different kiuds of relishes.
"These nre ml eaten npjn the
same pinto that is as many as
ont can mnnage. I found that
old residents 0 mid onjoy nearly
all of them. Later comes beef
steak or, moro properly, bnffalo
flt-nk and a snliul. .Finally, fruit
and coffee. Afior this very sub
stantial meal, it is difficult to do
much elso than sleep aud every
one retires to their apartments
and really to bed uutil four o'clock,
whon tho promise of a bath and
n cup of tea, gives one a little en
ergy. "A driv? and an hour occasional
ly at ono of the beautiful clubs,
liiteuing to splendid music from
the military band, fills in the time
until tho eight o'clock clinuor.
Ttieu tho loug hot night, for in
Java it is as hot at night as in the
day time. All through tbo night
the insects, chiefly the geeks (a
lizard about n foot long) keep up
a constant concert until the morn
ing luids wake us mice more to a
Mr. and Mrs. Vos have kindly
promised to give the BULLETIN
during their s'ny iu Honolulu des
criptions of tho other countries
through which tboy have traveled.
These will appear regularly in tho
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
The Bureau of Agriculture of the Ha
waiian Wands makes the request to the
public that If all those persons who have
seeds of fruit or ornamental trees, and are
wIIIIiik to donate these for the benefit of the
public, will kindly notify David (laughs,
Secretary mid Commissioner, by telephone
or otherwise, he will be pleased to call for
Telephone )J7 or 3lo,
MltCORPORATBD UNDER THE LAWSl
I of tub Hawaiian Repusucj
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Chas. M. Cookk, President.
1. C. Jones, Vice-President
C. II. Cookk, Cashier.
F. O. Athkrton, Assistant Cashier,
. F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tennoy,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms. Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
oarofully and promptly attend to all
business conntctod with banking en
trusted to it. Hell and purchase Foreign
Exchango, issuo Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Do posits rdcolved,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rulos and conditions printed in Pass
books, oaplos of which may bo had upon
O. Q. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Mar chant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort autl Alakea,
Telephone : : : 7M
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Quoon stroot, Honolulu.
Contract tf and Builder.
-id nil Kinds ot Htivy Weights
NO 6it ICRT STREET, HONOLULU.
(Opposltt Club Sublet).
Residence Telephone 490 ii6t-M
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
M Am. Soc. C. E.
SIlO Judd niock. Tele. 633
F. W, THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECkELS BLOCK
Plantation Work 11 Spoclalty.
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of all kinds oIN.IIr.
Woods. CALABASHES In stock end to order.
KING STREET. NEAR ALAP
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Eloctro-Uj'draullc Powor Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FUKNIHIIED. . . .
With Oatton-Noll Co., Queon street.
Offlco next to Postomcn. 1223
To My Patrons and tbe Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am again prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past favors, 1
respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
taf DECORATING AND NATURAL
l SS WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
Noxt to Pnllcp Station
The World Register
Koops tho Cash whllo you aro busy.
Try 0110 o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D Irou Foiico and Mntal Co,
Oil Kinu Hlruut,
Ulaos SranuKKLs. Wm. (i, Ibwir.
San Francisco Agents Thk Nevada
NATIONAL HANK OF SAN FllANClMX).
San KitANCisco The Nevada National
Bank of Han Fronciaco
London The Union Hank of London,
New "VonK Atnorlcan Exchango Na
CiliCAoo Morchants National Bank.
Pams Credit Lyonnals.
Bkblin Dresdnnr Hunk.
IIONKONQ AND YOKOHAMA Ilnnkong fc
bhangliitl Baiiktiiit Coriioratloli.
New Zealand and Aumtiiaua Bank
of Now Zeaiaud.
Victoria and VANcouvKit Bank ot
British North America.
Transact a General Banting am Eicaaise Bosiiex
Deoolits Received. Loans madu on Ar-
proTcd Security. Commercial and Travelers
Credits Issued. Bills of EicliarjRe bought
and sold. ,
COIXICTIOMS PROUFTLT ACCOUKTBD FOB.
mmmQX m. o.
Savlnes Donoslta will faa
received and Interest allowed by this
uanK ai tour aim one-Uair per cent.
per annum. The terms, rulos and
regulations of thp Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank have been adopted as far aa
It is prtctioihto to apply tile in, anil the
Caab Resurve of ,MI.0MI ax rnimlrnil nn.
dor the PoMtal Act will lie maintained.
Printed copies of tho Utile and Reg
ulations may be obtal nod on application. 7
uisuuf a CO.
BISHOP 6c Co.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
jetters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cities
f tbe world.
Interest allowed after July "'
1, 1898, on fixed deposits S
months 3 pur cent., 6 months
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Bui ding and
Assets, Dee. SI, 1898, $110,808.38
Money loaned on approved security .
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
UniiMfH hullt nn the monthly Install
Eighteenth Series of Stock is now
Ofpickrs: T. F. Lansing, President;
8. a Rose, Vlcti.Premdelit; C. B. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. flear. Hecretary.
luiuujtohh: t. f. Lansing, B.U. Rose,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Keeoh, J. G. Roth
wall, llonry Smith, J.J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, C. B. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Offlco Hours: 12:30-1:30 p. m.
Trje l'ok'ohamB Specie Bank
Paid Up Capital Yen 12,000,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OPFICfc, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York.
Han Fmnoisoo, BbuuKbui,
Bombay, Hong Rune.
The llrnik buys and rewlvim fur collec
tion Kills of KxiilmtiKe, iNHiixH Dmfus hi d
Uuutn of Orvdli 011 the aUive llrnuolies
and Aueui'lex, and trunsacta a geueial
On Fixed Dtpmli tur i mcinths. 4 per cent p. a.
On FUeil Depmlt tir 6 moniht, lW "
On Fued Dtpoilt fur t no,
By the Head Office at Yokohama, on Current D
fosit. 1 .-to en per day
IxeJ Dcpoklt lor 11 months, )H per cent p. a.
New Heponiic Bdiioiuii. n Taint a. Ilonolnliy
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Halekauwtla Btt,
Has a large assortment ol
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Eatitnutos givon for hnuee wir-
Ins and Elontrical plnnts,
Marino Wiring u apoolnlty,