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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., SATURDAY, APKIL 21, 1900.
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Brin? your wife or Beit Girl.
eatlv Saturday nights to avoid the
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
00 YOU DRINK ERATED WATERS ?
If so, make them AT HOME with pure water from your own
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Every home should have them
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ON ICE. All Seasonable resli 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).
GRUENHAGEN'S BON BONS AND MARSHMAU.OW.
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Smoked -Halibut, Smoked Bloaters, Cauliflower, Cabbages,
Celery, Lemons, Oianges, Olives in bulk,
Pineapple Cheese, Genuine Swiss, R quefort and Timolas.
For Sandwiches and Luncheon.
Col tuge Loaf,
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CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
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Beer and Wine Dealers.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
Pity to sco tho Dow Wongs turned
down when their object was to savo
China from going to tho dcmnltlon
Rather a poor card It was for tho
Dow Wong Progressive Association to
play with tho Hawaiian Government,
tho trying to show that It nlmea nt po
litical reform without being revolution
ary. For, among tho lessons for be
ginners In tho Dolo First Reader, Is It
Revolution my dear,
I lovo you sincere;
If It wasn't for you
I wouldn't be hero.
If Longfellow's mantlo Is floating
anywhere In the empyrean, It stands u
show of being Invited by many a
round shoulder. Tho opportunity of
composing n grand epic on Do Ar
mond'B expulsion of the Asiatics from
tho Paradiso of tho Paclllc, with
"Stikl" or "Ah Fan" for tho titular
heroine ns fancy dictated, to rlvil
Longfellow's pathetic description of
the expulsion' of tho Acadlans In tho
story of "Evangeline," Is an opportun
ity that may not recur before tho dis
pute begins as to when the twentieth
century will end. Just a single weak
point, In tills chance 10 woo the mus-),
is the possibility that the themlc
event may nover occur.
Perhaps Mr. fjlllett had heard of (ho
prolonged drought In tho Islands lioforo
moving his saloon prohllbtion amend
ment, and feared the results of recur
ring eventualities of the kind, when
there would bo no water to mix with
tho whisky. Hawaii might In such
caso become ns bad as Kentucky, oven
to tho demnrking of 11 dead lino
athwart the path to the Governor's
Had consideration of tho Iliwnli.in
bill lasted for another day, vo might
liavc had an amendment forbidding
the mayor and aldermen of any Hawa
iian municipality to havo their Utteeh
clouts lnundrlcd by Chtiisc washer
men. Pialn kanakas now think the elector
al suffrage needs fences all over the
Mainland much more than out hero in
the middle of the sea.
If tho Democratic national conven
tion hall nt Kansas City had not gono
up in smoko It might later, with the
flower and the chlvnlry of tho Democ
racy In it, havo been borne away upon
tho wings of a Missouri cyclone. Per
haps things don't always happen for
the best nftcr all.
First (possible) plank In tho Demo
cratic platform for 1900: "Wo hold
this truth to bo self-evident, that Mr.
Dewey should bo tho flrat lady In the
land, for sho herself hath raid It.
Dewey captured Manila and sho cap
To bo paternal or nothing has coma
to be tho Government's policy. Its
bump of phlloprogcnitivcness must
havo ached when the Council of Ut.itc
kicked over tho calabash of 150v.1t n
ment pot. What would that Jolly Scot,
the Minister of tho Interior say, how
ever, if he had to nig .1 piitglu rvery
morning to a government cooKiliop for
the family's parritch?
See Whitman & Co.'h ad In this Issru
for a full lino of Bicycles and Sun
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BOW WONG MAN QUIZZED
A tart but not bad-naturcd colloquy
took place at the Judiciary building be
tween two 'Chinese gcntlemin on tho
matter of tho "reform" association's
charter. Ono was C. Ylk Nam, chief
secretary of the Dow Wong Wul, the
'progressive" organization refused u
charter by tho Government, and priv
nto secretary of Leung Chi Tso, tho
promoter with tho G5,000 head that
is, If ho allows It to get oft his shoul
ders. Tho other was Ng Mon War,
well known as Hon. Paul Neumann's
living body of Chinese law.
'You arc tho counsellor of tho Chi
nese consul," said Mr. Nam derisively
to Mr. War. .
"I am not," said Mr. War to Mr.
Nam; "but I don't sec that the Emper
or should need protection. Ho has
been Emperor now for twenty-six years
and ought to be able to take raro of
himself. When are you going to start
"I can't tell you that. It Is a private
'"What arc you going to do now?"
asked a reporter. "Organize nil samo
Y. M. C. A.?"
"No," answered tho secretary. "All
same Republicans nnd Democrats in
tho United States."
"You send money to China tor am
munition," observed Ng Mon War.
"How nro your people to get tho am
munition?" 'How did Hawalllans get their guns
and ammunition In 1S95 revolution?"
was the Scotchy answer. .
"Whcro nro you going to land tho
ammunition?" was tho next leading
question of the Inquisitor. .
"Tnnt Is private business," replied
tho How Wong Wul scribe. Then,
laughing, he left tho field to his Inter
locutor, who took his ndmlssions to bo
The band will play tho following se
lections at a concert In Emma Square
this afternoon at the usual tlmo:
March Elua no Maua Herpcr
Fantasia Monte Chrlsto Rotlar
Grand Selection Alzlra Verdi
Waltz Love Me Coward
Finale Mount Guard Eilcnberg
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
The following program has been ar
ranged for tho concert on Makco Isl
and Sunday afternoon, beginning nt 3
Overtui e Peter Schmoll Weber
Cavatlna Tho MartyrB .... Donizetti
Melody Hymn to the Angels (new)
Selection Tantum Ergo Rossini
Grand Selection Faust Gounod
Fantasia Tno Morning (ncv)..GrcIg
Gavotte Captivating (new) .. Tobanl
Finale II Trovotore Vordl
"The Star Spangled Bannor."
H1LINAKA On the 20th day of April,
1900, at tho residence of Mr. H. J.
Noltc, Knplolanl Park, Honolulu,
Oahu, Hllinaka, great-grand mint of
tho lato Mrs. Noltc; ago over 100
years. The funeral will be held
from tho Nolte residence at 3 p. m.
On nccouut of changing the brands of
line Htntionery and closing out odd
stock, which, by tho way. is as good
is the best, the Golden Rulo Bazaar
have put prices to tho bottom It will
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Unttouery now or not.
thereafter PiCl&tlS llulf
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