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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMUEU 1G. 1809.
Tlio Washington Post bIvcs tho fol
lowing Interviews with tho Hawaiian
MlalBtors who Included Washington in '
their Itinerary: (
Her. James Katihnnc, of Honolulu, n
Tcnorablo statesman among tho Kiuin
lias, and for thirty-six years a member ,
f Uio local lcglslatlvo body, was ono
t the plcturcsquo figures In tho lobby
ef tho Itlggs House last ovenlng. Ho
krta n tintt-mtolinl rtinntinr. nml his hall'
and boaitl nio almost white, whllo his
skin Is quite ns dark as that of an
African. Although identified with tho
missionary work of tho Islands Blnco
tho early sixties, nnd widely respected
ns a conservative man nnd ns a legisla
tor, ho uoetf not iook iiko a ciersymiui.
Kor twenty-four years ho served In tho I
lower hotiso of tho Hawaiian Lcglsla- ,
turo, and for twelvo years ho sat In tho
local Senate, serving a portion of tho
time aa its presiding officer. Ho speaks
but llttlo Kngllsh. In tho party with i
him aro Hov. 0. I .Emerson, a Bon of
a missionary who camo from New
Hampshire; Hev. B. S .Tlmotoo, llko .
Mr. Kauhauo, n natlvo Hawaiian; Rev.
S. U. Desha, nnd Itov. J. M. Kzcra. All '
nro Identified with the Hawaiian Kvan
gcllcal Association, of which Mr. I
Kmorson Is secretary. They havo been
In Iloaton and nro returning to Hn- I
"Conttact labor, about which so '
much has been said In this country,
romarked Mr. Emerson, "Is probably ,
tho best thing for Hawaii. Tho con- i
tract laborors aro well treated. Our
missionaries look out for them very
carofully, and wo know that tho condi
tion of tho Aslutlcs who nro brought
td tho Islands to till tho big sugar j
plantations Is far better than In nny
other sugar producing country. Tito
employers do not beat or kick their ,
laborers, although naturally thero aro
mean men nmong theso employers, who ,
sometimes nnnoy tho Asiatics. The '
wages paid aro fairly satisfactory, anil
on tho wiiolo thero is llttlo ground for ,
complaint Most of tho troubles aro
n account of quarrels among tho la
borers thomselves." '
Mr. Emerson reports thnt there Is u
notlcoablo revival In missionary work
In tho Islands. "Wo hnvo received
largo endowments within tho past year,
and nt present tho situation, both from
tho missionary nnd from tho political
standpoint. Is qulto gratifying to us."
Mr. Kauhnno, speaking through Mr.
Emerson ns nn Interpreter, said that
his people had generally received tho
Americans with some distrust, but ho
thought that developments of tho Inst
few month3 had largely Increased their I
confidence. "We aro anxious," con
tinued Mr. Knuhano, "to know what
ur future government will be. We
hopo that It will bo a form of govern
ment In which our people will havo
somo voico." The party will remain In '
Washington for several days.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RI.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Tint Ilullctin. 75 cents per month.'
WALL, NICHOLS CC
60 60 60
-Think of it, five limes more pianos than all
the business houses on the Hawaiian Islands
put together could show.
These we have coming in a few days.
Prices from $250 up, on $10 per
' Everyone wants a piano for
Hawaiian Songs. Sco pago 8.
V. At. Inoolts, attorney, Sprockets
American Messenger Service. To"e
UOARD your horses nt tho New King
Elizabeth Nlcol lint! brought suit for
dlvorco against Henry Nlcol.
Two deserters from tho (treat Ad
miral wcro arrested thl3 forenoon.
All those llluo Bicycles you sco on
the street nro Tribunes; they nro pop
Tho Gcorgo Cuttlu, Captain Calhoun,
cicnrni ror Ban Francisco, with sugar
Tho U. S. animal transports I.ecla
naw and Conemaugh will sail for Ma
nila next Saturday.
Tho China Is only using two of her
hollers at present and averages about
12V& knots an hour.
Tho Idea of oiling roads Is said to
nomlcal measures adopted by tho large
steamers to savo coal.
Kamalu Kawolu (w), has brought
suit In the Circuit Court for a divorce
from Kcahlaloa Kahlamoc.
M. K. Kcohalmolo hnB been appoint
ed guardian of tho est ato of tho lato
Win, Manuka under a bond of 25,000.
Tho Mnrccllo enso went to tho Jury
this afternoon after argument by both
counsel for tho prosecution nnd de
fense. Prince Cupid Kalanianaolo and Carl
Wldemann, iccond and first violinists,
lespectlvcly, havo Joined tho Amateur
.11m Houston received In the Maiuri
Ala this forenoon a flno California
horse which ho will tiuo In his business
as a hacktaan.
A Stearns Cushion Frumo ltlcyclo
with puncturo proof tires you can ride
over n sower opening nml not feel a
Tho Oceanic dock has been thorough
ly policed by tho 39th nnd Is now In a
much neater condition than It has been
for many a day.
I.con M. Strauss, nn attorney for
merly of San Joso, California, has been
ndmtttcd to prnctlco In tho Supremo
Court of tho Hawaiian Inlands.
No end of n disturbance was caused
nt tho Orphcum laBt night by tho en
trance oi a provoat guard nnd thu
cleaning out of tho soldlcis present.
Thos. 0. Thrum's atoro will bo '
closed tomorrow (subject to Intcrfcr-;
enco by mail steamer), to nrrango holl-
uay goons, opening Saturday morning.
J. T. Lyons saya It Is posslblo that !
mo lneieorie siiower might havo taken
place yehtcrday during tho day tlmo
and Honolulultcs been nono tho wiser.
I'rlvntc McCullum, who shot Ser
geant Jones last night has been re
commended for a promotion to n cor
poralshlp on nccount of his strict nt
tcntlon tp duty.
There will bo a very important meet
ing of tho Kamchamcha Alumni Asso
ciation at tho usual tlmo and plnco to
morrow evening. Every member Is
expected to ho present.
There was a splendid rehearsal of
tho Amateur Orchestra under Wrny
Taylor laet evening. Tho now music
for tho Lepers' Merry Christmas con
cert is coming on In flno shape.
Georgo Markham has been granted
fho days further tlmo to answer as de
fendant In tho suit brought by J. 1'.
Mcndunca. An attorney has been em
ployed this timo to straighten out mat?
" Tho hanspnrta Pennsylvania and
Olympia will not will today a3 expect
ed, but will Jeavo tomorrow morning
early. Coaling operations were car
ried on nil night, tho coal from tho
Qrcnt Admiral being used.
A private of the 30th Infantry was
returned to hia regiment this morning
after having beat his comrades on tho
Journey by two vsccKo. Ho was an no
cldental htowuway ono ono of tho
transports Hint arched a short timo
ngo, ho icni cm board at Vancouver
and fell JKlcep, when ho awoke ho was
nt sin. Slnco his arrival at- Honolulu
ho has Lean Ui pt in tho guard houso at
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Proeress Blooifc, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlcktrlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Pianos.
-.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..
1 J -x
4 -1 .it ft, f-W"
UCDC ,V ...Uarn ..,
oroperahoe, at the
Our new Mock of Men's Slippeis is just opened,
and shows everything, that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new stjles, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
Do not fail to see these, they beat anything ever
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
NOTtCn TO CORPORATIONS.
tn conformity with Section 202-1 of
th'- Civil Code, nil Corporations nre
hereby noil (led to mako n full nnd ac
curate exhibit of tho stato of tholr af
fairs for tho year ending December 3t,
1890, such exhibit to bo filed In the In
tel lor Department on or before the
31st day of Jnnunry, 1900.
Blanks for this purposo will ho fur
nished upon application to tho Interior
Upon failure of any corporation to
present tho exhibit within the tlmo re
quired, tho Minister of tho Interior
will, cither himself or by one or more
commissioners appointed by him, call
for tho production of tho books and
papers of tho corporation and examine
its officers touching the affairs, under
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel lor Olllco, November 11, 1899.
For a . . .
What coulJ be nicer limn ;i
Whit Wcsr Than
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I Bounded by Keequmoku, Kinau,
Piikoi and Lunalilo streets; only
one block from the Beretania
F street car Hne'i5c2";i5::"ss5"'iv:!'
Thin tmrf i ihi!iffr1 in nnp nf lite (inp';t I'tvsi-
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with
tthe cooling breezes of Aakiki.
Lots Sox 9O feet will be sold for the reasonable
price of $1,250. Terms, $250 cash, balance on in
C stallments, payments to suit purchaser.
I This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers
can immediately commence building- operations.
Early purchasers can secure choice locations.
r For further particulars apply to
g GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
S Judd Building.
One 24x48 in. -Roller
Sugar IWill, with Engine and
One 24x48 in. 2-Ro!ler
Sugar Mill, with Engine and
We luve on hand a nice line of dust covers, to pread over the biiRgy
w hen not In use. Also Clothes nnd Laundry Hags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
vVeiralte Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, nnd in fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5C5.
Subscribers to Ibe BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptlv will confer a
favor by notifying Ibe cBusi-
c'.vi umce, 1 etepnone
F. L BROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Sprechels RuIMIiik, Fort Street,
These Mills are in first
class condition and will be
sold separately, or as a c;
Roller Plant with cane and
trash carriers complete.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Kl.l.CTION' 01' OIVKEII.
At a Simolul Meotlng vt I ho ntnok
hnhlorM of tho Iiitsr-Inhiiitl Steam Nnv
lltntlon Coinp.ni.v, Ltd., hold this day,
tho fiiltowliiK OllloiirH hihI Director to
till aiiinulo, woro oloclud to H9rvu for
tli t uiu-xilro(l tot 111,
JOHN J:NA, 1'ruihlciiH, vice W. It.
JAMES I, Mul.KAN, Vlco-lVealdent,
vleu J. Kna olcctod I'rosldent.
'OUMAN i:. QEDt.K, TroaHuror,
vleu J. Ij. MoI).n oloctod Vica.l'rci-
W. It. (10DKUKV, Director.
NUKMA' K. OKUHK,
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. 13th, 18W.
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
Has now on view the choicest selection of,,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seen In Honolulu, heliiR the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
durlnz her recent Eastern visit, 'these elegant Roods comprise OPERA CAPES,
WAlSTS.i MARIE ANTOINETTE SCARFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
deslens of thepresent New York and Paris factions. HATF 'n the very latest Eastern
sMBi. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
During the Opera Season, Miss Killean has arrancea .1 special department for
OSMfeKS of the latest Parisian styles.
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
- IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN m '
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
SFULL LINES OF H
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &c, Always! Stock
..a. l s o.
' - Vf I ' -?" :
9 M m
Different shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks.
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B. W. JORDAN, - No. 10 FORT ST.