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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., AUGUST 28, WOO.
Vl)lltbt4 Eviry Day, except Sunday, l no Kloe
treet, Honolulu, H. I by the
ULLETirs PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. i-aKKiNUTON Editor
INIFL LOC.AN City Editor
MONDAY, AUG. 28, 1899.
The Inhor reports wore not given
out to- Iny becnuse there wns not
a full Cabinet. Tin? Bulletin will
Toluutfor to pay the- prico to keep
the Cabinet full, if that is ull t hut's
To tho Advertiser in grunted tho
glory of christening tho Qnwniinn
Government "tho Gront Uoojura ''
Biuce tho Advertiser is the olllcial
organ, it cuu probably explain
what's in tho nniue.
Olnn Fijuuttora give formal no
tico that they have "squatted" and
the Gieot Boojutn of the Republic
of Hawaii j.'ives notice of tho post
pannni' ut of tho eale of lands,
Wlwici this lack of aotivity ou
tho pint of tho lioojum?
The peoplo seriously object to
tho Executive of tf.awaii ueinf
public funds to pay I tho exponsca
of a special representative to
Washington. But tho great
Boojum Bays this shall be
done,' the people to tho
contrary notwithstanding. And
what tliejgrcnt Boojum snyB, goes.
Tho morning Government or
gaa of tDingbotism and biased
liopco riwcars its allegianco to the
groat Boojum. Thus are more so
cieliis acldpd to Edward Atkin-
in1? anti-imperial snake, tho ofli
oial orpnu's pt baboons and kind
red oryiiuizfttions that have com
biued I heir forces to givo the Bo
publicau(party tlil jim jams.
TIIK HAILOH'H OUTIM'.
Frank' T. Bullen, who has writ
ten u vvjj interesting story
of thiee oais cruise in the wh-ilor
Oaohl , gives muuy suggebtiouu
on tee trcfitmeiit of feafariug men
which might be considered with
profit thy the people locally in
tercstcd in the welfare of thoso
BiiIIhii tells of an occasion when
m-uu of'his watch wore given liber
ty in a port of the South Seas. The
watch that hud been ashoro tho
previous "day returned in various
conditions in intoxication. In
order to avort a repetition of this
it was proposed to the men of the
second watoh that they pool their
mouoy, buy such food and drink
as tho sailor yearna aftor mouths
of forecastle provender, and go off
into tho country for a picnic
The Buheme was quickly taken
up by tho mon, they had a pleaB
ant day's fun and roturned on
board in firat class condition,
thoroughly eatisfird with the out
As Button brings out all
through his book, the Bailor is not
byjuuy means inherently bad, but
he refuses to bo considered an
object of charity and has no use
for th)84 who present religious
welfare first and look upon tho
Bonman a9 a poor down trodden
sinner as near tho bottom of the
moral ladder as the Lord allows
men to bo. His drift to tho
brothel in not bpcarmo ho always
seeks hucIi company but rather
because ho has nothing oIho to do,
and tli poople who would kopp
him n.viy from Picons do not np-
proH(tl) him properly.
Hullou writes from tho stand
point 'f a man who knows what
it H to b" before tho must on a
whaler, a ship Hint usually iiui'
tora iih totigh a crow as flouts and
whflii lmnth tnmttii -ut is iiitially
the in In.
Them Ih no reiuou why thu
juoplu i -"ilcil In work iiinong
Hip h itiii'tn '. Did not m'l'ojit ho
unw u' Ion. Id a llilh book ulvfH,
Tim m.IuiV HiiihU) wlimi tho
orovtauiu iiHintlly ullovml lihorly
in Honolulu is not particularly
interesting or lively, unless some
of them get to going it wild and
making things interesting. Those
who value tho good will of tho
Bailor could doubtless do nothing
thrtt would be raoro accoptable
than arraugiug outings for sailors,
oveu though they be hold on a
Sunday, in some of tho valleys or
the score of placos around the
city whero a ploaant day in tho
country may bo passsed. Trans
portation can be had at a low
figure and the food and light
drinks is readily at hand. Let
the sailors share in tho expenso
and givo them active participation
in the management of affairs.
Such a "liberty" day would iu
quostionably bo more satisfactory
to every man coming to this port
than spending tho timo hanging
uround the town with littlo to in
terest or anniM.
l.ANSINO ON MAUNAT.KI.
T. F. Lansing returned Sunday
after an absenco since Tuesday
last on Maui and L'xnai. Ho re
mained on tho former island until
Thursday and then went over to
Mauualei plantation in a whalo
boat. Inlerviowcd as to tho state
affairs at tho now plantation, Mr.
"I whb very ranch pleased with
the appearance of things. In the
Grst place tho railroad tracks bavo
been laid along the wholo length
of tho wharf and pier ns far up
as tho supply of rails would
allow. Other rails will arrive in
the near future for thu completion
of the road a far as tho pumping
"About a hundred aores of cauo
have- already been planted and tho
two small pumps are being used
to irrigate this. Tho largo pump
ing plant has just arrived in the
Mohican and Andrew Welch.
"Speaking about tho water,
Mauuger Stoddart says there is
absolutely no complaint as to the
quantity and quality that flows
from tho nine wells.
"Tho laborers quarters aro very
fine and cloan and are furnished
with excolleut accommodations.
At present, thorn aro some threo
hundred Japanese ou the plauta
tion. A bund rod more are ex
peeled in tho iit'ar future."
August 2G. Tho barkontine
Balaena arrived this week from
Iquiqui, Ohili, with CGOO bags of
nitrate of soda for Mossra. Alex
ander & Baldwin.
Tho barkentine brig Geneva
also arrived this week from Now
Castlo, Australia, with 835 tons of
coal for Alexandor & Baldwin.
The American ship Reaper sail
ed last Wednesday, Aug 23, for
San Francisco with 37,001) bags of
sugar. Tho barkentine Ruth
clears this morning with a full
cargo of sugar for tho coast also.
The tern Jva goes to liana this
morning to load sugar for San
Tho schooner Eliza Miller
clears this morning for Fannings
Islaud. Sho goos there to take in
a load of copra for San Fran
cisco. Weather dry and calm.
ETHEL LYNWOOD !
Ventriloquist and Musical Artist.
Descriptive and Comic Vocalist.
The Charming Contralto,
Bog&s and Haeward
Post and Marlon ,
.itneiil Almlitlon, ,, nl uc,
Lett tl ruki lur UillJirn under n yitri, ix,
4rwrved (.lulu, fur,
jllfn l).iili.J I' (Inning up Telephone i(o,
Clnnijo pf Pfournin Mondays find
I'tiiiill, AUiiw livery SuMi t)oy,m,
ONE THING AND ANOTHER.
Cnmso: "The theory that diet moulds
the character Is completely upset by sta
tistics from Paris."
Cawker: "What statistics are vou
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
$14 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
1 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
j ick 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 S6 ?
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 1 And
are you quite sure the shark wasn't dead
when you 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 they would In the States. See
their lawn tennis and gymnasium shoes.
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. o-
The Bulletin told ynu 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.
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
H. S. Co.
1-3 Off on
Music . .
ARE THE SEASON'S LATEST
NOVELTIES; to buy or not to.
buy is a question easily settled,
after you see our goods.
strong, good goods, the best for
school, can be had at our store
at prices ranging from ft. 50 to
J6.00. Best made, and stylish.
THE BOY DRESSED In one
of these suits feels the courage of
a man, because he looks manly.
His work becomes a pleasure and
his studies a joy.
WE ARE OFFERING, THIS
WEEK, to close out, a line of
GOLF, NEGLIGEE and STIFF
BOSOM SHIRTS, at 50 cents
Call and take your pick.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCFley BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Haye You Seen Them ?
One Lever Operates the Whole Thing.
Sjmple, 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 utreet.
Importers of 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.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Fowler" " Tho
Rough Hitlers" "TheDown
fall of tho Dervishes "
"Waldtrandt" "Major Tac
tics of Chess" "Outriders"
"Dross" " Prisoners of
Hope" "Tho Making of Ha
waii" "The Heal Hawaii"
"Tho Unpin"--"Kgyiit in
18(.)8" "Espiritu San o"--"Span
o' Life" "Tho Clnp
sina" "lteil Rock"- "David
Haruni"-- "Tho Awkward
Ago" "Tho Development of
English Th-mght" " Tho
Dreamers" "Tho Principles
of Bacteriology" fcc.
Hawaiian CupIoh. &c.
BIO PORT 6T1(I!IIT,
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.
SFE30IA.L SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons t
Laces! Laces! Laces!
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALAU, Manager.
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, SIDE
A New Shipment
Egan Dry Goods
GOOD BUTTER f CHEESE
Are the Housekeeper's' Delight!
Telephone G80. 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, II. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
RETAIL STORES: WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT!
Fort and King Streets, Bethel Street.
Waverley Block, Bethel St.
Fort Htreot, '22 mid 02 11.1,1 hio.m.h IIMliul Htroot, JM mill U0
1 0. Ilox !IHI "
0. A. GllOTK,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR,
(-'lutlinx iimiltt in onltir it! u ri'Hniiili
Knott Uloilii'M I'luumili rnwlinl itinl
il)uil, rirU'lM wiirlt wimiMiituuil, I1.
(i, Ixix itbf), Union Mri'ii, Honolulu
II. I. )WH
COMBS, BELT BUCKLES
of the Famous
Co,, Fort Street.
Gllinlnt iu4 lfliln i Short NolHt,
f III lilt 4 I'UMlVl !(