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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., AUGUST 24, 189.
Vlbllltud Every Day, txnri Sundiy, t io King
tint, Honolulu, II. I., by the
3ULLKT1N PUBLISHING COMPANY.
. R. FAUHINCiTON.
.. Cllr t-lltor
THULtSDAl, AUG. 'li, 1899.
I'nlaup Squaro is Itocotning tho
gro.it oroHn roiulM for audilf uts.
Teachers iiUciiilibfj I lie Summer
Sobool are Hbkiug for new ideas,
not old ones revamped by now
Now tli rep rt h started tbnt
Gponker Ued will not ronrn from
GnureB'j, but v ill re runt n to lead
tho tuiti expansion movement. It
mny hf tniH tbat Reed ctiutcu
pliilei politifil "tlicido.
Sccntniy Hoot not only envK
Geuornl Oti-4 cvm have mori' men
if ho wmAa them, bat is r'n liuttnp
another ten tlwunnri which will
bo foiwardod to tho Philippines
whethei ;Qii rnllw or not.
With tevnlinioD threatened if
DieyfuB is iicquilted and revolu
tinn Ihrentciif d il lie is not, France
faces anything but a pettc-ful
future. Appearances iu(iicte
death for Droj fua or tho present
W. O. fcjtnith dmpMnyij pood
judgemtnt when hoisuys ho dos
not want to go to Wnshington as
tho special reprcFentttivo of th
Government. No one is anxious
to assist tho Government in spend
ins the people's money listlessly
and frauduh i tly.
MrKinley and Koosveolt is a
ticket proposed fir tho Republic
an cumpaigu in IDifO, ouing to the
illness of Vico-Fiesident liobatt
McKinley and ltoosevelt with
Dewey and the Rough Riders an
accompaniments will make a war
team sccoi'd to none.
A coi.timponuy notes the de
parture of a large number of
Japanese lately who have fulfilled
their labor coutiacls and art
going home. It might aleo note
how ninny of these return in the
not fai riiMnnt future accompanied
by frietitls a free laborers.
The Democrats are prono to
forego tho pleasure of leading
their party on to defeat. Iown
Democrats bao nominated a
fusion ticket on a platform en
dorsing Bryun'atid free silvor and
condemning the administration's
Philippiuo polioy. In Eontucky
an nnti-Goebel Democratic, ticket
has beeu put in tho field. The
bouefit derived the country is the
assurance such action, on tho part
of tho Democrats, gives of Repub
lican succors in the national cam
paigu of 11)00.
Mil. DAMO.VN MIHHION.
Notwithstanding Minister Da
mon's statement that his plans in
Italiau labor matters aro vory
much upset by unauthorized pub
lication, the Bulletin is not dis
posed to believe that Ministor Da
mon will bo upttel in his efforts to
secure Italiau laborers or thai lie
will fureijo !im trip to Italy to
mako personal and proper repre
flpntatious to tin Italian govern
ment. In thi iirrit place Mr. Da
mon U tint n in in easily upset by
untowaid circumstances, and in
tho second tho situation iu Hawaii
i such ns to dom.tod prompt and
d.tjitt tl action if auything moro
than half hearted indifference is
fj cliaiuterize the movement to
o Main whito labor for the prinoi
p.il industry of Hawaii,
What the Italian has dono in
tu- S mill to wan solving the labor
and in equation, he ou do in
Hawaii where the surplus of Asi
atics Htnuds i i a Hoinuwhat similar
nlation to tho i ilum olem-nt iw
do no(nio(if luc.Siutti. Talc-u
by a u l m v the Italian H a gocd
oiti. ' mi ii i itau.'y form i
ini). Ii , 11.'.! factor in l!i- in
diiriliial lilu of (hi) uniiiitry tlmu
thu Ablatio who wpoudu vorj little
of bin money iu the country aud
finally returns to his old home
with tho financial gain garnered
iu tho fields of Hawaii.
Siuce Ministor Damon has as
sumed the championship of this
white labor movement, Bud volun
tnrilj devoted his time to an in
vestigation of tho subject and out
lining tho general scheme of ao
t'on, he certainly ought to receive
tho cordial ondorsomsnt and at
least mural assistance of evdry
planters in tho islands. Prominent
planters have expressed themsolvos
in favor of detailing some porson
acquainted with conditions in tho
islands for tho special work of
"looking up" whito laborors in the
available markets. The man is
here not only ready but anxious
to do the work, nnd put his time.
and experience, to say nothing of
personal finance, in the interests
of white laborers for tho planta
tions. Will tho people or the
plantors allow any local indiffer
once or opposition prevent this
work being dono ?
Some wiso ones sooin to fear
Mr. Damon is eoekiug political
prestige by this work. The Bul
LETIN docs not endorse this viow,
but suppose euch woro tho fact;
what of it? Hawaii would be in a
far better position today, if those
in eeirch of political prestige had
worked alone the stmo linos.
MOUTH IiIKE A MULE.
The caso of Mary Marks, charg
ed witu using vulgar ana ooscene
lanouaeo toward Mrs. Soores caus
ed many a smile in tho Police
Uouit tufa forenoon.
Mrs Soaros, the first witness f or
the prosecution, etated that Mary
Marks said eho had a mouth liko a
mule. While she was giving her
testimony soaros, uer uusbanu,
jumped up in the back of the
room and began to demand an au
dience with his wife before she
continued. When Judge Wilcox
finished with him he was very
willing to remain quiet.
Another witness testified that
Mary Mark had told Mrs. Soares
mat sue nan nps nice a diuck nig
ger and that fihe hod a flattened
Jndgo Wilcox called tho defen
dant before him nnd told her that
while her langunge was not what
would bo called very polite it was,
however, not profane or obscene.
She could go on ner way.
Mrs. Uoares was tnon called up
and given a lecture for aweaiing to
a warrant charging Mary Marks
with the ueo of profane or obscene
language when thero was no euch
testimony to that effoot.
ONE or TUB IMPORTANT.
EniTon Evenino Bulletin:
In tho report of un interview
puniisuea in your ibsuo oi yester
day I am quoted as having said,
"Honolulu is one of the most im
portant ports of the world."
The statement mado was, "Ho
nfllulu will become ouo of the Im
portant ports of the world. It
will never become a great port,
but will be an important one."
William O. Smith.
August 24, 1899.
Brltlirvpnrt Trolley Accident.
Bridgeport, Conn., August 17.
Tho jury in the inquest into tho
cause of the accidont on the Shol
ton Streot Railway Company's
bridge at Peck's Mill pond August
G by wbicb thirty people are kill
ed, rendered their verdict today,
that the motormau of the wrecked
trolley car, George S. Hamilton,
was guilty of minima! carelessness
and that tho Shelton Street Rail
way whs very uogligout. The jury
also, recommeuded a special ses
sion of the legislature to act on
certiin laws wlioli it recommends
for the protection of persons rid
inc on trolley cars.
UgerlK OKlceru Entertained.
T. Ruin Walker uutortulued the
ofiioers of the Egorin at a lunch
eon at tho now Waialua hotel yes
terday, The following were among
lliiisH present: Hon. W. II. Hoaro,
Mihh tlotre, (Japtiuu M. ii, Umyth
R N., Mr. aud Mrs, Meier, Mrs.
Pond, Miss Mint, Mrs. Hum
phiies, Mies vou Holt, Mies llad
iny, Miss Sadin Carter, Miss Luce,
Mia'Danford, Lieut. Bomerville,
II. N.; Lieut, Learmouth, R. N.;
Mr. 1'. N. Twine, Mr. aud Mr. T.
Haiu Walker, Jjlmit. Watson,
Dewey, tht man, Is depleted In
On To Manila,
ONE THING AND ANOTIIGR.
Cumso: "The theory that diet moulds
the character Is completely upset by sta
tistics from Paris."
Cawker: "What statistics are you
Cumso: "Parisians eat one hundred
thousand pounds of snails dally, and yet
the people of Paris are considered fast."
The Sterling Bicycles are equipped with
Jt4 Palmer tires, the fastest road tires
You spend less money for repairs on the
Sterling wheels than any other bicycle In
Mrs. Newlywed: "So baby cried while
I was out and you didn't know what he
Uncle Bourbon (of Kentucky): "Exact
ly, niece; and I don't believe he knows
himself. I tried him on ten-year-old
whisky, three-star brandy, and some apple
jack that I put up myself: but I'm darned
If he seemed to know just what he DID
Do you know that the Pacific Cycle &
M'f'g Co., on Fort street, will make your
old wheel look like new for JG ? , ,
General of Commissary (telling shark
story): "After a terrible struggle we drew
the shark aboard, and cutting him open
found In his stomach nothing but a can of
Listener: "A can of army beef I And
are you quite sure the shark wasn't dead
when vmi found him. General?"
The P. C. & M. Co. has just received a
shipment of Spalding's baseballs, hats,
boxing gloves, etc. They cost you no
more than thev would in the States. See
their lawn tennis and gymnasium shoes.
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY a
On to Manila
Dy UUUULH99 nniic, 4
"Ewralner" War Correspondent A
& aia a'M'a
Not the least beautiful of
wonders nature has lavished
upon Hawaii is the variety of
fishes in the surrounding
waters. Some of them gro
tesque in form and others
most marvelously colored.
KING BROS., have a fine
collection of water colors.
In all probability Eeaubou
bos been delayed by heavy weatu
er, she was expeotod in enrly this
Have been received ?y the
CO., Ltd, -
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.
Have Yon Seen Them ?
One Lever Operates the Whole Thing.
Simple, Safe, Clean.
Economical and Good Cookers.
And Ovens for Same.
Call In and see one In operation.
No Trouble to Show Them.
Take the Elevator.
Von Holt Block, King street.
Importersof Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wickless 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, 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 Block
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 67a No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Swallow" "Tho Wizard"
"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Rough Riders" "ThoDown
fall of tho Dervishes "
"Waldtrandt" "Major Tac
tics of Ohess" "Outriders"
"Dross" " Prisoi.tfi't of
Hope" "Tho Making of Hawaii"-
"Tho Heal Hawaii"
"Tho Kapiir "JCgMt in
1808" "Espiritu sail o"
"Spun o' Lifu Hie Oap-
sinu" "Red llm.k" - "David
Hanini" - "Tlio .wkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English The ught" "Tho
Dreamers" "The Principles
of Bacteriology" &c.
Hawaiian Curloe, &c.
310 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.
Tli People's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons I
Laces ! Laces ! Laces !
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALATJ, Manager.
EGAN DRY GOODS CO.,
Special This Week :
Ladies' Vesta lOo, 15c, 20o
East Black Hoso 3 pairs for 50o
Gouts' Balbriguan Underwear 75c a suit
Fast Black Souks 10c a pair
Egan Dry Goods Co,, Fort Street,
GOOD BUTTER - CHEESE
Are the Housekeeper's Delight!
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
Or Delivered ON ICE at your door.
A full lines of Family Groceries always on hands.
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 Kiiiu Streets,
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
I'orl Streot, S!2 uml Ui:-
0. A. GHOTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clothim iiircJo to onliir ut n roHnontblc
cuht, CIoUicn rluuntil, riimlti'il uml
tlyuil. KlrkU'hikx wdrkgiinrutituuil. 1'.
O, Ixix 280, Union Mrettt, Honolulu
II, I, ISfUb
TKl.Ki'iiONiw Jletliol Stroot, 24 and 049
5J4 FORT ST.,
-Nitr orntr ol CbipUlo Lu
CUinlnt nJ Ntptlilnr t Short Nolle.,
m ia ini Mil putnm iosh.
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