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THE EVENING BTJLLTTIN: BONOiriF, H. 1., SEPTEMBER 8, 1899.
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FKIDAY, SEPT. 8. 1899.
Honolulu mills to its list of pood
ihinuB n now S70,0li0 block in
which r United States Senator is
interested ntid nn opera company
endorsed by a Governor.
Althongh the government 1ms
releneed contract laborers from
prison, it is still of tho opinion
that the labor reports are not iu
proper condition for publication.
The Government's special agent
to Washington haB disappeared
for tho time being lie is waiting
to bo urged by the Executive, woll
knowing that ho will not be urged
by the people.
" No quorum" iH becoming the
war cry of tho Board of Education.
The cry ought to cause war since
it means delay of important work
in a most important departrmnt of
With several thousand soldiers
and men-V-waremen stationed in
the near vicinity, Honolulu with
have h source of income as etnblo
a tho American Government.
But every rosn bus its thorn. A
new cause is given forHiloto
Ex-Governor Altgeld says the
Democratic party docs not ask the
corruptionitts to join its ranks
"Wlu'ther the D-mocratic parly is
aciu overloaded or doesn't have to
sbk the cortuplionists to join its
rauki, Altgeld has failed to ex
plain. Chambtrlain's talks on the
Trannvaal have a rinc of solidity
of p.ilicy that might appeal to a
moio stubborn mind than Osm
PaulV. By constantly keeping at
it, it seemB likely the Britons will
succeed in hammering a little
horse sense iuto tho Boer mind
without usicg powder as a
With tho various States boom
ing their "Fiyhtinc First, Fight
ing Tenth" etc Hawaii haB been
sort of left out of the regiment
booming business although it haB
had a good quota of boys at tho
fiont. With Fighting Paul Smith
at tho front riB a commissioned
officer, we cau now have our fling
with tho rout.
The question is asked: "Is an
agitation of tho tomporanoo ques
tion needed in Honolulu ?" Most
certainly a temperance agitation is
noeded in every community of
tho world. Tempernaeo influen
ces should always be active influ
ences, the tomperanco agitators
however to bo euccoaaful need to
bo tomperato in their agitation .
The frequent passenger steamer
service given by tho Wilder Stoa
msbip. Company will bo lightly
appreciated all along tho lino from
Honolulu to Hilo. Badness aot
ivity Hnd increase if tourist travel
is reaching the point whorn rapid
communication with the other
islnnds is a necessity. Easy going
business life is a thiug of the past,
thu hustle of yesterday is tho dol
drums of to-day. President Wight
oau bo depandod upon to Icbep
pace with the times
It iiiirry proper ciper to yuard
ngiiiiift furinu' and heodlwj! driv
ing in ITnn 'ii'l htrM'lF, but tbcro
is nuother side to it. Perhaps in no
other American oily do people, ce-
pecially Asiatics, taken less notice
whero they aro going when cross
ing the streets. Carriages aro sup
posed to have reasonable right of
way in tho streets, and tho pedes
trian is not supposed to mope
along the carriage way without
giving tho slightest attontion to
the direction or speed of passing
teams. As tho number of teams
and tho activity of tho town in
crease, the people afoot should
cooperato in tho got-np-and-got
spirit of tho times. When Hono
lulu gels electric street cars they
will have to step lively.
President MoKinley's promise
that the reorganization of Cuba
will soon bogin puts to naught the
caustic critics who find pleasure
iu stigmatizing the United States
as i nation failing to fulfill its
humanitarian duties when dealing
with the loss powerful people
Cuban independence will be es
tablished under tho kiudly cate
of the American government,
schools will boiostabliehed and tho
Cuban pooplo lifted from tho po
litical degradation to which they
have been forced by the centuries
of Spanish misrule. Tho not far
distant future will probably find
Cuba part and parcel of tho Unit
ed States, but this will be brought
about only by tho consent of the
Cuban peoplo or demonstration,
after a fair trial, that the CabanB
cannot conduct their own affairs
peacefully and with due regard for
personal and property rights.
A Savannah, On., contemporary
iu endorsing a movemont to es
tablish a sugar refinery in that
oity says, "If sugar can bo mado a
profitable crop in south Georgia
and north Florida, tho peoplo of
those sections need not worry
about the low price of cotton." In
years gono by cotton has been to
tho South what sugar is to Ha
waii tho wbolo thing. Notwith
standing tho losson, gained from
the South by its putting all its in
dustrial eggs in otio basket, is Btill
fresh in tho public mind, Hawaii
pou b ahead with practically little
attention to industries that will
keep the people from worrying
about a possible low price of su
gar, iliat nawau is overreaching
itself iu tho production of sugar
at the present timo has yet to bo
proved, but it is showing a nota
ble weakness by failing to give
proper attention to other iudus
tries that will keep tho communi
ty tibovo water in oveut of a flood
of low priced sufjar.
SEPT. 9TH, 1899.
Pearl Harbor Course.
FIRST RACE-Four-Oared Shell, Senior
SECOND RACE Four-Oared Shells,
Races will start at 4 p. m., after the
arrival of the second train.
Trains will leave Honolulu depot at 1:45
and 3, returning Immediately after tiie
races. Round trip tickets, 75 cents.
WM. C. PARKE,
1314 Chairman Regatta Committee
O. R. & L. CO.
Boat Races !
SATURDAY, SEPT. 9TH
At Pearl Harbor.
EXCURSION TICKETS, 75c
Special trains will leave Honolulu
at 1:45 p. m. and 3 p. in.
Train scheduled to leave Honolulu
a' 5:10 p. m. v III not leave until return of
twins from races.
F. C. SMITH,
1318 G. P. andT. A.
HEAVY FRDIGHT CHARGES.
"Salvation'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 freleht to nav when vou ride a Ster
"Women who wear eye-glasses or spec
tacles are always congenial. "
"Yes; thev 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 tlie go. I fief. U. & ftvrg uo.
has iut 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 Co.s.
"There's nothing like perseverance."
"Still, It hasn't done much for the Eng
lish in their attempt to win a yacht race."
But when you are trying to get a good
bicycle, and strike a Sterling "Built like a
watch," vou 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.
A well selected stock with a good as
sortment of goods are both the buyer's
and seller's delight.
We have just received a large assort
Nos. 4. 5 and 6.
Galvanized Fence Staples, in Kegs,
assorted sizes, 'A,U and 2 Inch.
Paints in Oil
PIONEER AND HUBBUCK'S WHITE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
RAW LINSEED OIL,
WHITE ZINC IN OIL AND JAPAN,
ADAM'S FLAT PAINT BRUSHES, 3
TO 5 INCHES WIDE.
ADAM'S VARNISH BRUHES, AS
No. 1 and 2 Engine Oil W.S Lard Oil,
In tins and barrels.
Sperm Oil in tins and barrels.
Neats Foot Oil. Carbollnium.
Coal Tar. Axie Grease. Best Refined
Cotton Waste. Varnish of all kinds.
Packing, Asbestos, Soap Stone, Sheet
Pipe Covering, assorted sizes.
The above are only a few of the many
articles we keep constantly In stock,
and our prices will stand competition
with any other dealers.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go,
Fort streets, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
ARE THE SEASON'S LATBST
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 J1.50 to
td.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 "nts
Call and take your pick.
9 Hotel Street : : WaYerley BlOCi
Wo Wake 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 ?
NO WICK.-H H-
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.
Honso mhie Dejarli't
Take the ElevaUr.
-Von Hull Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lampsand House
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood: Gurney Cleanabie Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
Books! RECEIVED BY THE
"In the Forbidden Land," 2 vols., by A.
Henry Savage Landon.
"My Lady Rotha," Stanley Weyman.
"The Castle Inn," Stanley Weyman.
"Tekla," Robt. Barr.
"Heart and Sword," John Strange Winter.
"An Original Sinner," Albert Ross.
"The Gift of Bonaparte," Shortz.
"A Lost American," Gunter.
".The Dreamers," Bangs.
"The Cruise of the Cachalot," (In paper
"Our Navy In the SjunUlt War," John
"The Scape Goat," Hall Calne.
"The Swallow" Hjggard's Beit Book I
"From Sea to Sea," (2 vols.), Kipling.
Kipling's Complete Works, in 15 vols.,
"Reminiscences," Justin McCarthy.
"Heart of the World," Haggard.
"Waldtrant," M. Rudlger.
"Joan Haste," Haggard.
"The King's Rivals," E. N. Barrow.
Ex Australia !
IJ. M. WEBB,
316 FORT STREET.
We have just
choice selection of
SAILORS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tli People's Providers.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, at the
i TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ribbons ! Ribbons ! Ribbons !
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 OOHBS, BELT BUCKLES
A New Shipment of the Famous
Egan Dry Goods
SOEETKI2SrC3- 3STEW !
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
Alpha Home Pudding !
Nicest Pudding you ever ate. Not slmplv a cornstarch preparation, SOMETHING
NEW. FIVE KINDS TO CHOOSE FROM, AT 10 CENTS EACH
Cocoanut Farina, Cocoanut Chocolate, Cocoanut Rice, Cocoanut Tapioca, Cocoanut
Lemon Cream. Any one pudding enough for six persons. Buy one to try money
back If dissatisfied. Saves time, labor and money. At .
Telephone 680. Orplieum Block, Fort Street,
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhou8e, II. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
Fort and King Streets,
Waverley Black, Bethel St.
Fort Streot, 22 and 02-
i. o. iiox am
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
Clothoa made to ordor at a reacoualrit
cost. Clothes donned, repaired and
d yod. Flrbt-class work guaranteed. P,
O. box 280. Union street, Honolulu
II. I. 1208
Co,, Fort Street.
-Botliol Streot, - 24 and Ott
534 FORT ST.,
-Near comer of Chaplain LjumI
Gleaning and Repairing at Short Notice,
ana in we Mil pouipit nanncr
&?$& n , -