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THE EVENING BULLETIN: 1J0N0LTJLU, U. J., MONDVY, MAUOLI 10, 1U00.
WHOLESALE ty RETAIL
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Honolulu : Drug : Co.
Dr. La Deux Llmlnent
For Rheumatism, Spra'ns, Bruises, Lame Bark, &c.
Our Compound Cough Syrup
For Coughs and Colds, none better.
Royal Tasteless Castor Oil
The Children long for It.
Dr. McCorda's Vegetable Anti-Bilious Pills
For a gentle Laxative, they won't grit you. Try our Headache Tablets
will release the most obstinate case of headache In fifteen minutes.
SOLD ONLY BY
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
DO YOU DRINK MATED WATERS ?
If so, make them AT HOME with pure water from your own
fHter, by means of ....
The latest scientific method, simple to operate, perfect iin result,
absolute purity guaranteed.
Every home should havp them
A Splendid Consignment
Buggies, lload Ourts, and Harness.
Specially Solooted for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
lEBecarved. "to3r .A.u.stza.lia,:
ON ICE. All Seasonable resh Fruits and Vegetables.
TURKEYS, DUCKS AND CHICKEN. Try one of our TENDER BROILERS.
FRESH SALMON and Flounder. Smoked Salmon and Halibut.
FRESH POTATOES and Onions. Cervelat Sausage (In foil) "And In Sweets."
FROZEN OYSTERS. Both California aud Eastern. Cream Cheese (In foil).
GRUbNHAGEN'S BON BQNS AND MARSHMAi-LOW.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 DBigr Stores 2
The Waterhonse Store,!
Bethel trret. Telephone u
OlfcT DECK -
Potatoes not Fumigated
ON ICE: Cabbage, Caullflowe-, Celery. Cheese, etc.
Also Helnz's Mustard, Horse Radish Mustard,
Horse Radish, French Mustard,
Sauerkraut (In tin and bulk),
Mushroom Catsup, Tomatoe Catsup
Caviar, Holland Heirlngs, Bromangelon, and Ciackers of all kinds.
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
Just Received :
Ctpa Cod Cranberries,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Condensed Mince Meat,
Apples, Turnips, Hams,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins,
Cream Chocolate Tablets. Jams,
Jellies. Shrimps, Table Fruits, Olives,
Otegon Burbank Potatoes, Crickets and Cakes, &c,,l tu.
tfjjri fSJ.".'' ,,
of Surroys, Fueotons,
FOHT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
The fflclntyre Store
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephont '.
Gr - A - XIfcT,
I 318 King street, next to the Arlington,
Hotels and Restaurants,
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
ffay-MEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
W. Ottman. late licensee of the Ocean
View Saloon end of car line, Walklkl, has
opened the same premises as up-to-cate
ICE CREAM PARLORS.
TEA, COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS:
maybe obtiined at all REASONABLE
HOURS. Private parlors and every con
venience for the comfort of visitors.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
l.i do had for the money.
CLOSINU OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and rocers.
METWIMM MHAT CD
108 KING STREET.
G. J. JValleb, : : Manaqeb
Wholesale and Eetail
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bgs,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, FCIntr s'reet.
Is the foretaste of the whole day. Spol.
that and we probably spoil .ill."
Be su-e the coffee Is good, and that-'lt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone mo. n I Fori St
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wholksalb
ffine ana Llpr Dealers.
Acinlt lor tl. Bottled Ralnltr Bear ol saattla.
No. 19 Nuuanu Htukkt
Foit.r Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Island,
P. O. Boa 1 it. Mutual Ttltpbom )o8.
30NSALVES & CO , Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AM
J2f Qnen otrput, WrlTlr. u
'onsolidated Soda Wafer Col, L
lorner Allen & Fort Sti., Honolulu.
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
If. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Orders left at either shop, or'office,
at John Nott's ttore, Kin? street, will re
ceive promp attention. I45i-tf
Na shop-worn goods. on the court
ers of merchants who advertise in
rhe Bulletin: -, '
Voices Koyil Americanism
President McKlnley's Intent public
speech was muilo nt tlio nuiuiul bnnuct
of tho Ohio Society of New Vorlt. In
the couriro of his remarks as tho guest
of tho society, tho President Bald:
It has been somo years sluco I wns
your guest. Much lms happened In tho
meantime. Wc hnvo had our bless
ings olid our burdens, and still havo
both. We will soon havo legislative
assurance of the continuance of the
gold standard with which we measure
our exchange, and wo have tho open
door In tho Far East through which
to market our products. We are neith
er In nlllancc nor antagonism nor en
tanglement with any foreign power,
but on terms of amity and cordiality
with nil. Wo buy from all of them,
and our sales exceed our purchase In
tho pnst two years by over one bil
lion dollars. Markets havo been In
creased and mortgages hnvo been re
duced. Interest has fallen and wages
havo advanced. Tho public debt Is de
creasing. Tho country is well-to-do.
Itb pcoplo for the most part are happy
and contented. They have good times
and are on good terms with the nations
of the world.
"Thero nro unfortunately thoso
among us few In number, I am sure,
who seem to thrive best under bad
times, and who, when good news over
takes them In the United States, feel
constrained to put us on bad terms
with tho rest of mankind. With them
I can havo no sympathy. I would
rather glvo expression to what I bo
llcvo to bo the nobler and almost uni
versal sentiment of ray countrymen
lu tho wish not only for pcaco and
prosperity of all tho nations and peo
ples of tho earth. After thlrty-thrco
years of unbroken peace camo an un
avoidable war. Happily, tho conclu
sion was quickly reached, without n
supple'o" of unworthy motive of
practice or purposo on our part and
with fadeless honor to our arms. I
cannot forget the quick rcsponso of the
people to the country's need nnd tho
quarter of a million of men who freely
offered their lives for their country's
service. It was nu Impresslvo spectacle
of national strength. It demonstrated
our mighty rcsorvo power nnd taught
us that largo standing armies are un
necessary when every citizen Is n 'mln
uto man,' ready to join the ranks for
tho national defense
"Out of tho recent ovonts havo como.
to the United States grave trials and
responsibilities. As It was tho na
tion's war, so aro Its results, the na
tion's problem. Its solution rests on
us all. It Is too serious to stifle. It Is
too earnest for repost. No phrase or
catch word can cancel tho sacred obli
gation. No uso of epithet, no asper
sion of motives by thoso who differ
will contrlbuto to thnt sober Judgment
so essential to right conclusions. No
political outcry can nbrognto our treaty
of pcaco with Spain or absolvo us from
Its solemn engagements. It is the pos
sible question and will bo until its de
termination is written out in their en
lightened vordlct. Wo must choose
between mnnly doing and bnso deser
tion. It will never bo tho latter. It
must bo soberly settled In Justice and
good conscience, and It will bo. night
cousness which cxaltcth a nation must
control Its solution.
"No great emergency hns arisen In
this nation's hUtory and progress
which has not been met by tho sover
eign pcoplo with capacity, with amplo
strength nnd with unflinching llledtty
to every honornblo obligation. Par
tisanship can hold fow of us against
solemn public duty. Wo have had this
so often demonstrated In tho past ns
to mark unerringly what it will bo in
tho future. The national sentiment
and tho nation's conscience was never
stronger or higher than now. Thero
has been a reunion of tho pcoplo
around tho holy altar consecrated to
country newly sanctified by common
sacrltlces. The followers of Ornnt and
Leo havo fought under tho samo flag
nnd fallen for tho samo faith. Party
lines havo loosened and tho tics of
union havo been rooted In tho hearts
of tho American people Political pas
sion has altogether subsided, and pa
triotism glows with Inextinguishable
fervor In every homo In tho land.
"The flag has been sustnlncd on dis
tant seas nnd Islands by tho men of
nil parties nnd sections nnd creeds nnd
races and nationalities, and Its stars
aro only thoso of rndlnnt hopo to
tho remoto peoples over whom It floats.
Ilicro can bo no Imperialism. Thoso
wiio fear nro ngalnst It. Thoso who
have faith In tho republic, nro against
It. So thoro Is universal nbhorrenco
for It nnd unanimous opposition to it.
Tho only dlffercnco Is thnt thoso who
don't ngreo with us hnvo no confidence
In tho vlrtuo or capacity or high pur-
poso or goou inlth of this freo people
as a civilizing agency, whllo wo bellevo
tnnt tlio century of freo government
which tho Amcrlcnn pcoplo hnvo en
joyed has not rendered them faithless
nnd Irresolute, hut has fitted them for
tno great task of lifting up nnd assist
ing to better conditions thoso distant
pcoplo who havo through tho lssuo of
hattlo become our wards.
"Let us fear not. Thoro Is no occa
sion for faint hearts, no excuso for ro
grets. Nations do not grow in strength
and tho causo of liberty and law Is not
advanced, by tho doing of easy things.
Tito harder tho task tho greater will bo
tho result, tho benefit nnd tho honor.
To doubt our power to accomplish it,
Is to lose faith In tho soundness and
strength of our popular Institutions.
Tho liberators will never becomo tho
oppressors. A self-governed peoplo
will never permit despotism in any
government which they foster and de
fend. "Gentlemen, wa havo tho new earn
nnd .qdnnot shift It. And, 'breaking up
Krt ..nmn n ARM.. aa.l l1-.f . . . L
bravely and hopofully an'd'Boborlv con-!
tltiuo tho march of faithful service nnd
falter not until tho work In done. It Is
not possible tnnt suvcnty-llvo millions
of American freemen arc tumble to
CRiaiiilsh liberty nnd Justice and good
government In our new possessions.
'I he iiiirdcn Is our opportunity. Tho
opportunity Is grcntcr than the bur
den. May Uod give us strength to
hear tho one, nnd wisdom so to cm
brace the other as to carry to our dis
tant acquisitions tho guarantees of
'life, liberty mid tho pursuit of hap
President McKinley rend his speech.
It was greeted with applauso through
out. Ills reference to tho maintenance
of the gold standard, the open door nnd
the nbsenco of entanglements, caused
great applause. When President Mc
Kinley sat down tho orchestra played
"The Star Spangled Banner," nnd tho
guests nroso and cheered. Governor
Nash of Ohio referred to Lieutenant
Governor Woodruff of New York as a
boii of Ohio. Mr. Woodruff wns very
warmly applauded when ho nrose to
speak, nnd It was some minutes before
there wns cessation sufficient to allow
him to proceed.
Cyclomere Part: has been subdivided
Into lots which are now offered for
sale. Tftcsc lots are particularly suit
able for manufacturing sites, storage
warehouses and residence purposes,
parties seeking locations conveniently
near to the business portion of the city
will find this a most desirable proper
ty. For terms and particulars, apply
at the offlco of Bruco, Waring & Co.,
With twenty years expe
rience, King Bros, claim first
lace as picture trainers. You
will always be satisfied if you
hive this sort of work properly
done. Enough said. KING
BROS., 110 Hotel street.
Delinquent : Notice
The following delinquent stock of the
MAUNAtEl SUGAR CO., LTD., will
be sold at Public Auct on on MONDAY
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, the 26th day
f March, igoo, provided the assessments
vlth Interest are not paid on or before
said date, and unless the receipts from
such sale are sufficient to fully coverall
delinquencies and coW each delinquent
shareholder will be held personally liable
for the balance due on his shares.
Mo. Ccrtt Names No. Shares
19 Lam Kam Chin 25
20 Yim Sen Lock 30
45 F. D. Grcany 10
47 Geo. J. Campbell 60
54 F. J. Testa 10
K. Ollvor 10
154 Loo Goon 50
155 Loo Goon 30
IG4 Loo Goon 30
IG7 Loo Goon 25
178 C. Lennox 10
179 C. Lennox 20
183 Loo Goon 60
184 J. Q. Wood 10
185 J. Q. Wood 5
189 J. B. GlbBon 5
205 Loo Chit Sam 35
212 Loo Chit Sam 60
219 Loo Chit Sam 10
253 J. W. Podmoro 25
255 Geo. D. Gear 5
201 II. n. Hitchcock 10
2C2 II. It. Hitchcock 10
273 Loo Chit Sam 3S
278 Loo Chit Sam CO
279 Loo Chit Sam
280 Loo Chit Sam 25
181 Loo Chit Sam 15
1 Loo Chit Sam 15
286 J. Q. Wood 10
uu Mrs. Lucy Ng Monwar S
J20 Wong But Nan 10
322 j. Ij. McComb 15
323 It. B. Church 0
338 H. Waterhouso & Co 5
361 Paul Neumann 50
302 Paul Neumann 50
3G3 Paul Neumann 10
3G4 Paul Neumann 20
305 Paul Neumann 2n
3Cfi Pnl,l Neumann 20
,3C7 l'a Neumann a
'SCO H. Francis 10
302 T-oo Chit Sam 25
Ml "00 unit Sam 21;
395 Loo Chit Sam CO
409 A- L- Morris c
418 Miss C. A. FInckler in
425 0. Whitehead 10
426 Ylm Sealock 5
427 Lam Knm Chin 0
428 C. B. Gray 30
42 u. . Gray 10
430 O. B. Gray 10
435 Mrs. Ellse Neumann 20
436 F. H. Hayselden Tr. P. It.
437 F. H. Hayselden Tr. MIbs Ewa
440 Loo Chit Sam 10
A. V. GEAR.
Trcas. Maunalel Bug. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, March 15, 1900.
Real Estate Transaction.
Subscribers aro famished with from flu
o six lists nor week, giving an ooonmt
eoord of ll deedi.mortgu'M, lease, n
Mes, power of attorney, tto.', lo.1, vhlo
re placed on record.
Hnbscrlptlon Price. t8.0flper Heatt
A. V. O-EAR,
Judd Building, Bonotein,
Adonis, firuArs and iciioers.
Western Sugar ncflnery Co.. ! Vn.
Baldwin Locomotive Works t
Phlladclphlu. Penn., U. 8 A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (NatlM3
Cnno Shredder), New York, O. . A
N. Ohlandt & Co'r Chmnlrnl Fwtt'X.
Alex. Cross Sons, high gra, Mb
tlllzers for Cnne and CoSm.
Iteed's Steam Pln Cnvnrins.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALB
Parafflne Paint Co's P. ft B. Ml
and Papers; Lucol and Llaaw;
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water palBl, R
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cemmit, Mm
and Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKB,
. AGENTS FOR
Tin Wilitui Aplculfpr.l Co.. L 4
Tb Kohili Surtr Cr
Tb Walamea Suel till Co.
Ttit Koloa Arttcultuul Co.
Tb Fulton Iron Workt, St. too:. Ma.
Tht Geo. F. Blalct Sttam Pump.
11 1w Ene'anJ Lift Insurance Co. ol Uf
T.U .Etna Fir Int. Co. ol lUrtlord, Co
Tht Alllanca Atiuranca Co. ol toadoa.
Agents for the California and OrtMfc
lh. G. Irwin & Co.
Wni. O. Irwin, President and 1
Claus Sprcckcis Vice!
W. IS. Olffard.. Second Vloe 1
II. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treu. aa I
ueo. j. kobs
aqxhto of in
I0SANIC STEAMSHIP COMPACT
OF BAN FBANOTROO. OA3U
BEWEI if C6., LTD.,
Qun ttrMt, Honolulu H. I j
Hawaiian Agricultural Cojaay, Amwlcaa Biiat
Company. OoSala Sugar Pl.nt Co., Onoata Snt
Co., Ilnnomu Sugar Co., Willuku Sugar Co . Mat
Sugar Co , Haltakala Prth Co.. Molokal R.aU:
Planter I Tina San Fr j5Co Pack feat. Br
Co. a Lint ol Boxjn Packcti
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, Prosldont; Qoorre H,
Robertou, Manager; E. F. Bfahop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. V,
Allon, Audit r, V. C. Jonoa, H. WaUr
houBp, Ooo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The BjIoIsc Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
M. PHILLIPS & CO .
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
toropsw snd American Dry &wx.
Fo t and Q.ntn titraati.
d. HAOKFELD a OO., Ltc
iEHERAL COMMISSION AGEMS
flor. Fori and Oneen Btrawtn Hoaalmlr
Honolulu iron Works Co
Improve, and modern SUQAR MA
CHINERY it every capacity and de
scription mude to order. Boiler wars
and RIVETED PIPES for inatlfvi
purpose a specialty. Partluir atUu.
tion paid to JOB W3RH ,u.d repairs
executed at shortest notloa.
General Itamager of
rb. .ftjuJUbfo Life Aasannca tjoeitty
Ol Um United BUtaa f 01 tha Bawatlat
Omrai lUrtkant Mm. Boa
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