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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 14, 1899, Page 4, Image 4',
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Vitll.titl F.viy ry, ncttt Sunday, at no King
atrctt Honolulu. H. I., fry tbt
ULLEllN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
?r. R FAKMINOTON Editor
ArllEL LCKiAN City tdlto,
THURSDAY, bEPT. 14, 1899.
Tbe Spaninli bniso bnnd among
Ihe orwly arrived imra'grans
'Should lipplv f'T " flPrV'OQ itt Hilt.-
Hawaii's unofficial dologatw
'should not forgot to call "at Ibo
Frftioli legation when ho arrives
Coiifiilfliitinl correspondence rr-
reived by UnwnitVoxeoutive Fcetim
to i cniiliroiilinl ouly f o fur n
pnrlinl pni iciiy hhitob local ullici
al I i-rs wni pnrpopps.
Unitd Slnti'B Srnnlnr Clnrk
will do more iu a minute f. r Hn
waii'H ln'nrfit tlwiu (hn jovern-
mrtil's ficinl hkimiU can neewn
pi teli in n lifctimt of Oougrtw
Hnunii's r llicixlx nr quick in
finding nyB toeppud mnut'V for
nn uucflicial blgalt in Windi
iuptoi., but il is jmpof piblt fo
tin m lo ho their vnylo nbttiin
niouiy lo BttliVfy tbo demnnda of-
the L'un'hii of Education.
T1:p army is qptlM'g llio land it
wnntH, rolwillis'ai diiifj iln Ex'Cii
tivi' niHilf ii liiyli mid iniulity-pmv
vow l' l;ppp army offipprH off Hip
local pfm 1 1 in i.'V 1 1 it- mil prop
erly. Ami i t Hirer will mon bt i
the pt'V. 1 1 ir.ctit 1 ll lilil)(,'. Spew
WnlttT G' Siuilli, wlio has ac
ccp'pd tlit cdboifchip of tin-Advpitiii-r
is n "warm num
Lei" and n" tin rmiuh newpa
pprinan. Wft coup'a'ulatrt the
G'-zette Coinpnry on their s-lfc-liou,
for if Wallrr G. Smith in
given free awirg thpre will bo u
qnpfitiiui of Inn Btrniylitforward
.'abiotic Ann riciini-ni.
TUB XK ClIVK' Ill PIU'KKNTATIVK
lhe Advpiticer U highly pIpbbmI
with it net-ertiou ihut Mr. DoloV
Fprcial Hgpnt to Wnhliinutin lint
received pprmiauon from Piesi
dent McKinby lo a'ait out as the
lit oflicinl dpleyat' of Hawaii. The
pprsonal nalute of Mr. IlartweU'e
mission is made clear by this oil!
clal alatPinpnt. So lot it be. If it
bo nn HB"prt'on of fai't, Mr. Do'p
ia llio ouly ollic-i.il lin-f wlio would
have iivu tlii- inforiimtiin lo the
public and we do nut il Rtinn the
propriety of lr action. We appro
ciatr tlieut'C'B it) for him loinal;en
move to holnter up t ho action of
the Executive iu tin iiiiudn of 111'-p-opltr
of thin country, aijd ui
turally ho will do thia woik
through llio o tl i c i -. I mnuthpioua.
The UrjLLETlN hrn previously
coiiprntiiliit -d the E-c-eutivo on
their tielertiim of Mr. Unit well n-
their repreaeutftiv-'; lie in iu bed
a capable repre-eutative n( llioolli
ciaU of Ua-vaii; he goes lo Wash
ington by Preuiileiit Mclviul j'b
permi-aiou to plead tht-ir canm.
Iu ibid he is to be congratulated
in not mquormiiug uudor false
If thia permipBiou ha-t been ob
tained, the people of the Inlands
ore to bo congratulated that Ha
waii is BiVed from tlm u rot hi-quo
poaitiou iu which it inu-t otlur
wie have teen placed. Tliepeop'e
will s ud th ir rt-preHPiitativptt In
O-inure-jBaiid pay tliMr expenses as
tboy filinuld do; Ihe Executive will
. B'lid its repioripntativu and pay
liu espenaeB from pntdio fuudt.
The oliicinl or gin says Pierileul
McKiuloy baa endoraed Ihia pi r
Version of public moniH, but bit.
Dole is careful not U mike puf)
lio tho nature of that eudoraumeijt.
If the Advertiattr eeek-t a rf open
ing ot the neutrality diHouBsiou,
it it free to do bo. The pulilio r. -cord
tells tbe story. On May Gib,
o ,;' .v-1
Ib'.)8, win n tlm Jixeculivo wan
vatcillatii g betweeu n declaration
of in utmlily or a declaration ol
alliHUce with the United States
then nt war with Spain, Alfred 8.
Hattwell, now the unollioial dole-
gate of Ihe Hawaiian Executive,
published tho following statement
of his viow ia tho press of Ho-
"Tho neutrality of Hawaii is
generally aeaumed or taken for
umntrd, and t would he. impottxhle
to conceive that Hawaii as a torer
ci.rju power would do any act hostile
to Spain. That which is meant
ciii usually bo expressed with per
fect safety and I think it would
be wise to nvoid any poBsibln in
ference that the negotiation of thr
laty of annexation involvPB Hn
wnii in any wnr iu which Ihe
Uuitid StateH is engaged. There
U nothing which can be cocntiued
hi hostile to thp United Stat h iu
ho oidinarv ofticial intimation or
uotico that Hawaii ii strictly
upulral, nud therefore it r-reuiB to
mn to be proper lo givo such
"Mr. Hartwell further refprrrd
Ihe leporter to Article 26 of the
exiatiug treaty between Hawaii
and Spain which is na follows:
"Article 20. All vene1 bearinc
ihe llrtg of Spain shall, in time of
wnr. receive every poHMlilo pro
Itclinn, wiihin tho porU nud,
wiitera of Ihe Uawai an IalandR
aurl Her Mnioty the Ou-en f
Sim in ei gpgea to rtflpect, iu time
war, the neutrality of the Hi
waiinn Ih'i'.uiIh, huiI to ufo her
goed oIlict-H wilh all llie other
powers having treaiiea with the
same, to induce them lo adopt Ihe
"nine policy Jo aid the same ltd
DohIou hai ita Atkiuunn and
X w Ynik has its (Jodkin, but
wlmt Iimh Iltwnii done tint il
should bo repressed before Coil
tjiesa by ncom b llor f this type.
TlllCHI.'S Ml O0UUT.
Ool. W. A. Thinpfon has writ
teu to Mr. Harkiuxou iu jester
day'B mail, to announce po-ilie'y
tho encngfment of ihe 13otnn
Lyric Oper; in Honolulu. Tin
corapnny will leave Stn Finnci-ci
Oct. 8 and arnve Oct. .5 Thie
will seltlo all d mbi- in he nuxi
nun uiiutfs ns I:: ihe cntniuu opern
hi'iifou, anil atnit the Mnantiuw
if future plaua for uttuntltii.ee at
Tuo obji-ct. the letter stale', iu
getting to Hnnolulu so xnou be
fore ilia senson i to give the
principal and ch'riw a chance to
income IhoKuuldy ..cclimaied be
fore boiuuing their urilimuB t nt-k
of singing .t2differeut op raa in
tho f-nmo liUmlur of Lights, a
work of Inbor very few compre
hend. The salo of eenson tickets is
prdgieFBin; rapidly nt Wall,
Niflndrt 0 i.
Power olf Attorney.
Albeit F. JudJ, Jr., holJs our full power
A. F. JUDD,
AGNES H. B. JUDD.
Sept. it. i Hoi. 1324
Art DepMrtrneiu 'Y
D hu Oollege,
CLASSES OPEN TO ALL at moderate
OIL. WATER-COLOR, PAS TEL and
China Painting; Charcoal and Pen and
STUDIO CLASSES: Tuesdays and
ThursJays, 2 to 4:33 p. m.; Fridays, 9
a. in. tn 12 m.
PRIVATE LESSONS miy be arranged.
Notice olf Assessment.
Notice Is hereby given that the third
assessment or ten (lot rer cent on the capi
tal stock of the HONOLULU RAHII
TRANSIT & LAND CO.. will be due
and payable at the Company's office, 41 1
Fort street. Hnnolulu, on the 1st day of
September, proxim . The shares upon
which any a--essment may remain u paid
after thirty days from satd date will be
Honolulu. 261 h -tugust, 1800.
CHAb. H. AltlbRION,
1 10Q-1 m Secr-.tre ,J. R. V. Hi L. Co.
The A1 Steamer Lennox
3,50. tons, will sill for above port on or
ABOUT I8TH SEPT.
For Freight and Pas-enger Rates, etc.,
THEO. H, DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
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b&mli h.iu& .,,.. . ro"isBrfa.mk-j,j.t',4f ...: iiii?3it.-s .jA.Jtmjit.tnkt.,. : ...j... ,. .:'.. .v,.'; . - . ,-j-. , .
IHCYCLCS VS. C,(S. I Ckff
Don't pav ten cent or fare, It Is much
cheaper to ride a Sterling blcvcle. The
average person rides four times dallv, at to
cents a ride, this a nounU in a week to
J2.40 or n.co per month. The Pacific
Cycle & M'f'g. Co.. on Fort street, will
sell vim the Inchest grade bterling bicycle
ever manufactured fur Joa.ocr on small
weekly or monthly Installments.
After you have once experienced the
pleasure and advantages of cycling, you
will not want to ride on tram cars at even
3 cent fare.
The rocky road to Dublin, or any other
place will not nnnoy you when you are
equlppeJ with abullt-likewwatch Sterling
bicycle. Thev will s-tand mnre nugh
usage, while lo iking graceful nuJ tiding
easy, of anv wheel maJe. Their cmtruc
tlcn Is rerfect. and tnev are light, itrong
and speedy, and built like a watch.
Down und.rth. highly psIWisJ enam.l
and glittering nlck-l l the real bicycle:
the thing you're paying your goiJ money
for, and on th strength of which, may
de end yuur life. Are vou going to luty
a bicycle of known reputation? of a kind
nf a kind that has n;ver be-n kniwnti
"fall down" unJer any orjiinry accident
or will you tike vour life In your hand
rind rid; rtcklessly t'i nil iaie knov whrit,
on a wheel that U with nit a reput tion.
just because its first cost Is a lew dollars
Have been received by the
CO., Ltd. s
The lliilletin ttlil vnn a few dtys ngi
of the scarcity of hard wooJs su.hasnre
usrd for iiu'uldiiij;. and the large advance
In price of the Mine.
Our orders were phced at old prices,
and the goods have ut arrived.
With these we h ive received the vcrv
latest designs in PICTURE FRAMES
and EASELS .nn assortment su.h as has
never before been seen .In Honolulu.
Call early and .have vur choice.
'acilif. HarilTOe Co., Ltd.,
W 1-1 - . . t.
A well selected stock w Itli 1 good as
sortment of gooJs are both the buyer's
and seller's delight.
We have just received a large assort
me nt of
Nos. 4, 5 and 6.
Galvanized Ferce Staples, In
assorted sizes, 1, U and 2 Inch.
Paints in Oil
PIONEER AND HUBBUCK'S WHITE
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
RAW LINSEED OIL.
WHITE ZINC' IN OIL AND JAPAN,
ASSOR TED COLORS.
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 barn-K
Spurn Oil in tins and barrels.
Neats Foot Oil. Carbollnium.
Coal Tar. Axle Grease. Best Refined
Coiton 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.
The Hawaiian Hardware Go.
Fort streets, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
..,.-, ,n, n r.j.1.. I ' -fTTTll llTTrl lMli
ISN'T EVERYTHING to good
storekerplng : even a good salesman
falls when he tries 1 1 sell, cautious
ly, vlothlng that Isn't made as It
should be. In the long run only
the best clothing pays; especially
' when the best clothing can be had
at the price of the next belt. Our
clothing Is so well made, so at
tractive In appearance, and looks so
' desirable that It r.qulres less energy
and breath and p.rsJislon on the
pari of the silesman to sell It.
After we hive s IJ it once. we
fan sell it with MI less effort to
the same customer. It is the kind
of cl'ithlag that firing your custo
mer b ick ag 1I11 an J ag tin the kind
with which we cv bull J up a last
ing trad.'. An I tint I what we
are dolag in all our lines.
. Hotel StraH
We Ktaka Shirts tn Ortlnr.
Telephone No. 676 No. 0 11, Hotel St.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. S.nJ for Catalogue.
Have Ymi Seen Them 7
One Lever O, rates the Whole Thing,
Simple. S.fe. CJ-:m
Itc.tiK.mU.il an j Gaud C .okers.
'I wo Burners.
And Oven for Sitne.
Call In and see onr in operation.
No Trouble tn Show I hem.
lis Pinivliie Dwrtft
Take the Elrvat r.
W. W. OimonrJ & Co,
-Von H"i' lii-k. Klinr Htreet,
hr iwrter of Crockery. Limps and House
bole Acent") Jewel stoves, tor co.T or
wood: (itirrey Cle.'mable Kefrlgeiators,
New Wlckless Hive I-lame Ol' Stoves,
Germ Pr of Fillers. 1'r.mus Oil stoves.
NEW BOOKS !
B o oks !
RECEIVED BY THE
"In the Forbidden Land," 2 vol., by A.
Henry Savage Landon.
"My LaJy Rotha." Stanley Weyman.
"The Castle Inn," Stanley Weyman.
"Tekla," Robt. Barr.
4 Heart and Sword," John Strange Winter.
'An Original Sinner." Albert Ross.
"The Gift of Bonaparte," Shortz.
"A Lost American," Gunter.
"The Dreamers," Bangs.
" I lis Cruise of the Cachalot," (In paper
"Our Navy In the Spanish War," John
"The Scape Goit," Hall Calne.
"The Swallow"-Haggards Best Book I
"From Sea to Sea," (2 vols.). Kipling.
Kipling's Complete Works, In 15 vols.,
"Reminiscences." Justin McCarthy.
"Heart of the World," Haggard.
"Walutrant." M. Rudlger.
"Joan Haste." Haggard.
"The King's Rivals," E. N. Barrow.
Ex Australia !
J. M. WEBB,
316 FORT STREET.
We have just
choice selection of
SAILORS, in the
Black and White.
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Til nPeojple's 3?rovicirs.
SPECIAL SALE OF
RIBBONS AND LACES!
Commencing August 7th, ot the
4 TEMPLE OF
Ribbons! Ribbons I Ribbons!
Laces! Laces! Laces!
At prices that can't be duplicated; at
aiaiian Dry Goods Association
MOSES PALATJ, Manage!.
J.J. EG AN CO.,
Will shortly open open up a corn
plete and carefully selected new
stock of DRY GOODS.
THE EGAN STOCK IS BEING CLOSED
OUT TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS.
SOjMIETKEHSTO 2STE W !
THE GENUINE IMPROVED
Alpha Home Pudding !
Nicest Pudding you ever ate. Not lmplv a cornstarch prepiratlon. SOMETHING
NEW. HIVH KINDS TO CHOOSE FROM, AT 10 CENTS EACH-
Cocoanut Fatlna, Cocoanut Chocolite, Cocoanut Rice, Coco.inut Tapioca. Cncoamit
Lemon Cream. Any one puddi ig enough for six persons. Buy one to try money
back If dissatisfied. Saves lime, labor and money. At
Telephone 680. Orpheum Block, Fort Street,
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
J. T. Waterhouse, H. B. Mclntyre & Bros.,
Henry May & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
TEA DEALERS and COFFEE MERCHANTS
RETAIL STORES: WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT:
Fort and Kinu Streets, Bethel Street.
Waverley Bl ck, Bethel St. ,
Fort Stroot, 22 and 02-
V. O. 0X SK-I
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR.
Clothes made to order at a reawnablt
cost. Clothes cleaned, repaired and
dyed. First-class work guaranteed. P.
O. box 280. Union street, Honolulu
H. L 1208
received another ,
ROUGH STRAW "I
- S vv
-Bethel Street, - 24 and 949
534 FORT ST.,
-Near conwr or Chtplata
ClMolnr .nl Rplrinr at Short Nolle,
na la tM Mil poulGl