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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., AUGUST 30, 1899.
V.tlititd Every Dty, tzctpl Sunday, (I tio King
itrttt, Honolulu, H. I., by th
jL-ETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
R. FAHRINGTON Editor
MiL LCXiAN City Editor
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30, 1899.
It goes without saying that Ho
noluln will ronpond with generous
liberality wbon assured of a good
BOBPon of opora.
There must bo a wholo lot in
tbost) labor reports, the Govern
ment is taking such a long period
in deliberating over tbo matter be
fore giving thorn to the public
A Cabinet official wants to know
why, in criticising tbo Govern
tnent's action, tbo Bulletin uses
Mr. Dole's name. What's tho mat
tr, isn't it a fact that Mr. Dolo is
:.,thc official head of tho Hawaiian
i' Government ?
Tom Boid has formally given
up bis position as a statesman
and entered upon the raco for tho
' almighty dollar. That he will slay
out of politics is by no means pro
bable, if possible, but, considering
his opinions on expansion, Con
.press can got along quite as well
without him for the present.
It now leaks out that correspon
dont Creolman's mission to the
Philippines was to present to Ad
miral Dewoy, Hearst's proposition
'that tbo admiral run for the Pre
siilency on tho Domocratio ticket.
Hearst's idea was to down Bryan
first and MoEinley next. Greol
mau found Dewey tho truo Amer
ican officer whom no offors of
' m ney or political preferment
conld move from his loyalty to hiB
commander- in - chief President
, , .MoKinley. ,
i', srtriiKTAHY nooT ih active.
Capture Aguinaldo is now said
-to ho the instruction Secretary
Boot has given the army in the
Philippines, and Boot is fast gath
ering sufficient forces to enable
Otis to do this or run the Tagalos
into the soa. The now vim that the
new secretary ie putting into the
fighting arm of tho War Depart
ment ia becoming more apparent
every day in tho forceful rapidity
with which tho commanders in
tbo Philippines are being equip
ped. Where delays and bickerings
wero the rule there is now a busi
nesslike snap and goaheaditivenesa
quilo in keeping with tho predicti
ons of what Boot would do.
The report spread abroad by the
Hearst ( syndicate of papers that
Boot has threatened to resign is
doubtless without foundation, al
though Elihu Boot is very much
of tbo Boosevelt type and would
naturally demand right of way in
the fulfillment of duties for which
the public holds him responsible.
That Boot would resign if serious
ly hampered is altogether likely,
but it is by no means probable
that tho President or his Cabinet
have attempted or will attempt to
placo stumbling blocks in his
Under Boot's administration
the war problems io tho Philip
pines bid fair to ba promptly set
tled, immediately tho wot season
lets up Budloinntly to allow the
trooH to move.
CHAP I.MIIC NAVH HILVKII.
Omaha, August 19, Fully 1000
Douglas County Democrats turn
id out toliiy to atluud tho Jaokenn
Glut) I'ionio at Syiidluatu Park,
Ciugrcuiiimii Olinp Clark whs the
ontnr of tln day, He declared tbo
Drfiiiiiiirallu platform nf 1000 mil. I
Iim tint fiitiiii hh Him platform of
11)90, Mr, tilnrk iliialnroil ilintlliu
DVIirMlJHlllMVlllg Immimi of J hllll wax
flic ('I" fi.iii of (rmt coliiiiuii of h
viir, it'll Hut unci Mil III"
Minn i'n i "'i ii' lll'HI lu Miiinl
In Him l'ii.f !(! pIIuhIIuii Iim iln-
i)irl Hi! I'wini MiiKlnli'y
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Warrimoo from tho Golonios
oxpoctod bore tonight.
.- Tho soldiers at Camp McEinloy
are being paid this afternoon.
St. Louis College will startup
tho fall term on Monday noxt.
TheGhicago Becord tomorrow
will say that the Democratic .Na
tional Committee is considering
the advisability of holding tbo
Domocratio National Convontion
two or three months earlier.
Reports say that along tbo
north coast of North Carolina,
whoro tho West Indian hurricane
struck last week, a large number
of lives wore lost. It is believed
as many as sixty persons lost tboir
lives in tbo storm.
Chicago, Aug. 21. It is report
ed here that James J. Hill will
build fifteen new steamers for tho
Trans Pacific trade of tho Great
Northern Road, tho present num
ber being insufficient to handle
the increased business.
While one of the reporters was
on the stand on the defendant's
side in the Waialua case yesterday
afternoon be stated that no heard
rumors of tbo formation of tho
Waialua Agricultural Company.
Tho next question asked by the
attorney for tho uofenso was:
"What did you do noxt?" The
newspaper men in tho room
LOB A 300 CHECK.
Ah Lee, a rich storekeeper of
Koalia. Kauai, olaims to have
been swindled out of $500 by a
purser of tbo Waialeale who
recently departed vory suddenly
for tho Oriont. The story of Ah
Lee as received by a Chinese
friend in tho city is as follows:
"I received a check from tho
Makoe Sugar Co., for tho sum of
$500. As it was necessary for
me to Bond some money homo to
China I endorsed tbo obeck and
sent it to Ho Fon of Bishop's
bank to have the samo cashed at
tho Bank of Hawaii.
"Imagine my surprise when no
word came to me from Ho Fon.
I wrote to him and learned that
ho had seen nothing of the check.
"Upon inquiring I found that
nothing bad bron heard of the
check after tho departure of tho
Waialeale until tho purser in
question turned np at tbo Bank
of Hawaii and asked to have it
"Tho cashier refused to cash
the check as he was unacquainted
with the purser. The latter went
out and very soon returned with
a friend, who boing known at the
bank, was recognized by the
cashier. The check was then
cashed and the purser departed.
As yet, AhXoo has not mado a
move to get baok the 850 ) but it
is understood ho will do tun in
the near future.
In the Police Court this fore
noon Kaimi, a young native, was
sentenced to two months impri
sonment at hard labor on the
charge of stealing pigeons from a
Eapahi, charged with assault
and battery on Eaauaann (w),
was fined $4 and coals. The as
sault took place yesterday and
this morning, tho woman wanted
toe man let go. Me had boon
punished enough. This sort of
thins has taken place bo often that
Judge Wilcox, deoided to fine the
louow, ue uaving pieaaea guilty.
Joo Silva, charged with heedless
driving, was reprimanded and dis
charged, Captain Parker, tho man
he ran into, not wishing to push
Kalai, tbo preacher found guilty
yesterday of assault and battory
on an old man, appeared again in
the Police Court this forenoon,
this time on tho charge of mali
cious injury. His wife oomnlains
that, after tho trial yesterday, ho
wont homo and burned up about
$211 worth of hor pereonnl prop,
orty. Somo of tha charred goods
wero proseutud iu court. Tho
oaso wont nvr until Friday noxt,
Thu uhbi) of Jon Sing Km,
charged with embedding 95, tho
properly of John Edwards, wont
over until tomorrow,
At ,1 mrclliiK nf III Pltecliim nf the n
imlulii f c.i pi
mini unit iMHtlt iilll ..im i;(
mi ill ill
iih jhI, Mr, urn,
p. wimi'i i
HEAVY FREIGHT CHARGES.
"Salvntlon's free," the preacher said,
As the elder passed the plate;
"Salvation's free for you and me,
, But we have to pay the freight."
No freight to pay when you ride a Ster
ling. "Women who wear eye-glasses or spec
tacles are always congenial."
"Yes; they like to tell each other they
had to put them on long before age had
anything to do with It."
"Built like a watch" Sterling Bicycles
are all the go. The P. C. & M'f'g Co.
has lust received a new shipment of them,
For him there's little In life's cup
Who waits for something to turn up;
And then he finds, to end his woes,
When something turns up 'tis his toes.
Remington Breach Ejector Shot Guns,
the finest guns made, for sale at the P. C.
& M'f'g Cb.'s.
"There's nothlntr like Derseverance."
"Still, It hasn't done much for the Eng
lish In tnelr attempt to uHn a yacht race."
But when you are trying to get a good
bicycle, and strike a Sterling ,fBullt like a
watch," you don't have to go any further.
THE P. C. & M'F'G CO.
-Have been received by 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.
Pacific Hardware Co; lid,
Art Rooms...... .
H. S. Col
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 (1.50 to
6.oo. 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
each. 1 '
Call and take your pick.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrley BIOCl
Wo Make. Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 676 No. 9 n, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
Have You Seen Them?
One Lever Operates the Whole Thing.
Simple, Safe, Clean.
Economical and Good Cookers.
Two Burners. t ,
And Ovens for Same.
Call in and see one In operation.
No Trouble to Show Them.
Take the Elevator.
W, W. Dimond & Co.,
-Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gumey Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus OH Stoves.
The Golden Rule Bazaar's
NEW BOOK LIST :
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Hope" "Tho Mnkinj? of Ha
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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.
' Fort Street.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF
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.,
A Fine Line of
RIBBONS, VEILINGS, SIDE COMBS, BELT BUCKLES
A New Shipment of the Famous
Egan Dry Goods
Apples, Cauliflower, Celery, Cabbage, Salmon,
Eastern Oysters, Lemons, Limes,
Fresh California Butter, Cheese, Olives.
Telephone 680 and get your goods delivered to your own door ON ICE.
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Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFBB MERCHANTS
Fort and Kinrj Streets,
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run Hliwil, Ti mimI UJ-
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