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THE EVENING BULIiKTtN: HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDVY, MY 23. Wn.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
PORT AND HOTEL STS.
HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF MEDIUM-PRICED
ON THE ISLANDS:
Wres'ley's Carbolic Toilet 50 cents a box
Becheu's Carbolic Toilet ..Oo cents a box
Colve t's Carbolic loilet ... 60 cents a box
Roval, In Honey, Oatmeal and Glycerine 40 cents a box
Daily Qneen, a tine soap 25 cents a box
Bjlsaam Tolu is cents a box, two for 2 cents
In French Toilet Soap, we have Violet de Palma, Peau D'Espagne, Jockey
Ciub, Heliotrope at Co cents per dox
Honolulu DruftCo., cVoB;lctiao&Vre.t.
Daily : Dslivery
ANY ORDER NO MATTER HOW SMALL
delivered from either of our stores daily ,to
H. MAY & CO., Ltd.
2 rsig: Stores 2
The Waterhouse Store
Architects, 'Contractors and Builders.
Jobbing : Promptly : AUd.t.ed :To.
WM. T. PAT5T,
Store and Office Fitting.
Plans end Estimates Furnished.
Hotel St'eet. near Beretanla.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite , Model Block. HONOLULU. OAHU. H.I
P. O. Box to). Telephone 9S9
H. L. KERR & CO..
Architects and Builders
;: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Telephone in? r
Geo W. Pace
F. W. Beardslee
P. O. Box T7
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Onnnn ntmnt. Honolulu
W. H. BARTH
H. W. BAVTC.
Honolnla Sbeet .Metal Works,
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wo1
Richards Street, bet Queen and Merchant. HoooWt
WJobbln promptly attended to.st
Tel.- White 41. P.O. Box 270
The Evening Bulletin, 7E eaats'psr
nnnn nn 'wr.i
: to : Waikiki
The Mclntyre Store
COR. KING ANtTFORT STS.
Markets and '.rocers.
MTBOLITAfl MEAT CO
108 KING STREET.
G. J. (Valler, : : Manaoei.
Wholesale nod Retail
Navy Contractors .
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Prult, Ranch Bs,
Butter, Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, Klitic street.
Hogsv - m
Have boon sacrificed that you and 1
might cat 'be delicious Lewla' Own
Cure Ilams aud Breakfast Bacon.
LEWIS & CO..
Telephone 240. 11 1 Fort St.
relepkosee 10K It 156 P. O. Box rt
Q. H. BERREY. : Manacer.
wr Difficult collections a Specially.
Room 10, Spreckeli Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt
nuances, no ice cnargea unless couec
tlon Is made.. .- - Ttus
The Brenlng Bulletin, 75 tents per
Hotels and Restaorants.
THE ORPflEUM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
jQrMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
The Ocean View Cafe
W. Ottman has open-d the premises at
the end of the carllne Walkikl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS:
served at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience for
the comfort of visitors.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
lit oe had for the uiouoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUB DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
FAMILY - LUNCH - ROOMS
At the oil stand)
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE B'LD'O.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
IltPOBTKRB, AMD WlXOLBBALB
Wiue ui Lipr Dealers.
Atents lor the Bottled Rainier Beer ot Seattle
NO. 19 NUUANTJ BTREKT
Foeter Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian Island.
P. O. Boi iT.' Mutual Telephone 308.
GrONSALVEb tfc CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AMI
i25 Queen '""i unpi"i " ,
tonsolKlaieii Md rVatrjr ou lu
:orner Allen A cort St., Honolulu
HOLLISTF.R & CO..
A FEW VERY PHSIRABLB BUILb
INGLOTS on Nftnu Avenue, at Nl
lopa, Nuuanu Valley 'or salt. Apply tc
J. M I "NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, erchant strati
.ud other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, ins, and an extensive variety
J J velry. ,.
ti. GK J8IA.UT,
sniU cOBT STRERT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA7
tho tenth assessment of tea (10) pv
cent on the capital stock ot the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit &. Land Company
will be duo and payauio to J, a
Fisher, Treasurer, at 111 Fort strat
(upstairs,) Honolulu, on tho 2d dj
ot April Inst. The share upon wnica
an assessment may remain unpaid af
ter thirty days from said date, will bt
J. A. OILMAN.
Secretary H. It. T. JU Oo,
Honolulu, April 2d, iUOO.
Hack Stand No. 89.
Say! do you know where I can get
good carriage? Burel At the Hawa
iian Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hotel
and Rlcharda streets. TeL 12. Not
Ing but first elaas carriage tn4 ex
Senator Hanna Talks of
the Coin ng Campaign
New York, May 11. The Herald pub
lishes the following statement made
by Senator Hanna last night:
"The selection of a man for tho sec
ond place Is open, has nhvnys been and
will so continue until the convention
shall have made Its choice.
"There has been much discussion of
different men for' tho place, which Is
very Interesting and proper, but when
It Is said that any particular man has
tho preference It Is n mistake.
"Governor Hooscvelt wilt not bo
nominated for Vice 1'reslUent and has
not been discussed In that connection
by party leaders or those who might
speak for the Administration. What
has been said about him has been pure
ly speculative from sources unrcju
(II cod with facts.
"Tho nssertlons made hero and
there that the President Is concerning
himself with the choice of his associate
on tho ticket do him Injustice. He has
Invariably declined to tnko any part,
notwithstanding overtures from differ
ent sources by his own friends and
friends of tho gentlemen put forward.
"It would bo manifestly Inappro
priate for him .to take part In such
"It can be said with emphasis that
tho Vice Presidential nomination will
remain until tho assembling of tho con
vention and then will be determined as
the best Interests of tho party and all
concerned shall require.
"A number of names havo been
brought forward nnd no doubt each
gentleman will develop strength. Thero
may be some ballots before tho selec
tion can be made, but you can rest as
sured the man put upon tho ticket will
be tho man tho majority of the con
vention wish to hnve there. This will
bo fair to all.
"I havo yet to hear fiom nny source
wltliln the lines of the Republican
party even it rlpplo of hcstitatlon re
garding the renomlnntlon of President
"The past four years havo given riso
to new Issues. There will be bold
declarations on these. Four years ago
wo wero practically a hermit nation,
Isolated from nil the world forces
which promote Industry, trade nnd
commerce. Our manufacturing capa
bilities and facilities wero far beyond
our awn needs. The home demand was
enormous, but to manufacture, simply
for homo demand docs not add to tho
general wealth. Foreign demand Is
what adds to our stock ot wealth esti
mated In coin.
"Tho war with Spain, through wise
counsels In the executive offices and
tho warlike spirit of tho army and
navy and pcoplo was brought to such
n prompt and satisfactory conclusion
that It not only opened tho eyes of tho
world to our Invincible fighting capa
city, but to our marvelous navnnco in
manufactures. It extended our terri
tories, broadened our productive capa
city nnd extended our domestic mar
kets among pcoplo whoso trado had
been a bono of contention anion ir Eu-
1 ropenn nations for centuries.
I "Tho Republican convention In Its
platform declarations will havo to meet
all those, new problems of public poli
cy by taking advanced ground."
Current History for May,
As a chronology ot human progress,
enabling Its readers to feel the pulse of
the world, gathering up each month
the tangled threads of confused and
conflicting press reports nnd wcnvlng
them Into n clear, well proportioned
and intclllglbla chronlclo with , the
wide world as its field, Curretn History
is performing a servlco attempted by
no other periodical In tho world, and
eminently worthy ot tho liberal patron
ago of every thinking person. It tells
what is happening on tho battlefield, in
tho forum, tho court, the chnncellerle,
tho stock exchnnge aud tho laboratory.
It takes its renders, ns It wcie, on 11
monthly trip around tho world, show
ing them views of important points
visited, telling them the essential facts
regarding every question nnd incident
attracting nttcntlon In all countries,
nnd Illustrating tho record with au
thentic portraits of noted personnge3
and useful maps nnd diagrams. It Is
to tho reader of tho dally papers what
a post-graduato. course is to the col
Icglnn, fixing his knowledge) already
atta.ncd, opening up n brqndcr view,
presenting nil events in duo propor
tions nnd relations, nnd throwing over
all luminous. Insight Into the historical
significance of tho developments of the
present, day. Tho whole work Is re
mnrknblo at tho price, '15 cents a num
ber, $1.50 a year. Tho yearly volumes,
with completo Index, form an Ideal an
nual supplement to nil cyclopedias and
most useful repository of current In
formation. Boston: Current History
Brass rods for sash curtains
also Urger rods and fittings for
regular windows and doors.
C rtain chains for holding
back the curtains.
May all be had at
H tel street.
An American spends on nn average
$50 a year for food, a Frenchman $18,
n German $45, n Spaniard $33, nn Ital
ian $24, aud n Utu.'ilun $40. Tho
American cats 109 poumlb of meat a
year, tho Frenchmen 87 pounds, tho
German CI pounds, the Italian 28
pounds and tlio.HiisHlan 51 pounds. Of
bread tho American'- consumes 380
pounds, tho Frenchman 540 pounds,
tho German 5G0 pounds, the Spaniard
480 pounds, tho Italian 400 pounds, and
the Russian GJ5 pounds.
lligs sent to any part of the
HACKS -AT- ALL -HOURS
Wnlklkl Road, - - - Walkikl.
TEL. BLACK 141.
Sixteenth Annual Meeting
"Races begin at 2 P. M. promptly
nn Saturdiv, the 9th, and at 10 A. M. en
Monday, the nth.
Race June 9th.
1. MAIDEN RACE.
One half Mile
2.-FREE-FOR-ALL. One-half Mile
3.--HAW,'llN BREDS. Flve-eljshlhs
4.-KAPIOUNI PARK PURSE. Three
Minutes Class, (two In three) Harness.
5. FREE -FOR - ALL. Seven-eighths
C-FREE-FOR-ALL. One Mile Dash,
Races June II.
(.-UNION FEED CO. CUP. Half
Mile Dash. Fr;e-for-all. To be
2. TROTTING AND PACING. 2:30
Class best 2 In 3.
3.-MAIDENS. FIve-elRhts Mile Dash.
4-H4WMIAN BREDS. Three-fourths
S-KAMEHAMEHA PURSE. Trotting
and Pacing. Free for-all 2 In ).
6. WAIKAPU CUP. Three Quatters
Mile Dash. Free-fopall. Record to
7.-SPECIAL DRIVING RACE. One
Mils Dah,-to be raced under the con
ditlons as signed by A. E. Nichols,
and four others.
8.-ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP. One
Mile Dash, free for all. $50 to beaded
If Angle A's record (i:45,'i) Is beaten.
One Mile Dah, Ha
To be won twice.
10.-CRITERION CUP. One and one
fourth Mile Dash, free for all. To be
11.-CONSOLATION RACE. One
Mile Dah, for all horses which have
competed at this Meeting without
All entries to be made with the Secretary
before 2 p. m. on Wednesday, June C,
Entrance lee to be ten per cent of purse,
unless otherwise specllieJ.
All ra es to ie run or trn'tea under the
rule of the California Jockey Club, and
tne Nitlnnal Trotting Associ tlon.
All riders and drivers to appear In colors.
'At leat three to enW and two to start.
All horses are expee'ed to s'art unless
withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m.on June 8th,
General admission, Including grand
stand, $ .00
No extra charge for carriages Inside in
cisure. Additional charge of 5c cents for ad
mission to saddt ng paJdock.
Quarter stretch badges, ?5'oo. .
Prigram subject to change,
Per order Committee
Secretary Haw-Han Jockey Club.
-T H E
Honolulu Ifqi iililii'iifi
Tne New Morning Dally Pspu
Will be issued nn or about June
15U1 next from the office of "The
Robert Grieve Publishing'Company,
Lt'd ," 118 Merchant Street.
Per Month, delivereJ bv mall or
, carrier anywhere In Hawaii $ .7$
Per Quarter 2.00
Per Year. ' 8.00
Payable mvarlihlv In advance.
Subscriptions and advertisements
for THE HONOLULU REPUB
LICAN, daily or weekly editions,
will be received at the HusintJS
Office from and after this date,
For Advertising Rates apply to
raiao Jockey Clil
JUNE 9th & llth, 1900.
Again. Frokers and '"'bars.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., al BeaV.
Baldwin Locomotive Works! Ml
Philadelphia, Pen'n., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (MaMeM
Cano Shredder), New Tore. U. WL
n. untandt & coa unemicu real
Alez. Cross ft Soni, hlgk graiewl
tlllzers for Cane and CoCec
Reed's Steam Pipe CoTerlmn.
ALSO OFFRR TTOR a ATM
Parafflno Paint Co'a P. ft B.
and Papers: Lucol and
uiis. raw and Dolled.
Indurine (a cold water, falalfc m
white and colors.
Filter Press Clothe, Cement, BH
and Bricks . 1
CASTLE & COOKE
The fcwa Planlatl' ji Co.
The Walaltie Atrkulnval Co., Lt.Z
The Kohala Surer Co
The Walanea Sural till Co.
The Koloa Artlcuiiursl Co,
The Fulton Iron Works. St looll. Me,
The Stsndsrd Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Suasa Pusipa.
The New Enrlenl Lite Insurance Co, el lei ek
Toe 3tna Fire Ins. Co. ol Hartforl. Sot.
The Alliance Assurance Co ol London
Agents for tho California and Orfcrrto
iVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, President and
Claus Sprevkeli vie
W. 14. Qlffard.. Second Vie
H. M. Whitney. Jr..... Treaa.
Geo. J. Rom , AMsMkV
AQrrn of thb
CEANIC STEAMSHIP 00MP1MT
OF BAN FRANOTBOO. OKh
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Btc
BREWER :C0., m
Outcn tuttt, Honolulu H.i
Hswlllin Acrlcultufil Cour, Atawicu Sifts
Cumptny, Ookila bugsr Plint Co.. Onoast lltss
Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wslluku Suf Co., Mam .
Sutit Co , llsltiksls Psrvtl Co., Moloksl Rsastl -Pla
'trr's Lint San Ft I.KO PacM hat. ill wta
ft Co. s Lint ol Bojn pacicett
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, Pxesldenti George II.
Robertson, Manager; K. F. BlehojJ
Treasurer and' Secretary 1 Col. W, it
Allen, Audit r, P. C. Jones, H. WsUi.
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
Uoneial Manager ot
rb. Kqnjt&ble Life Assu.'Anei 8ociKf
0 tho rjnlud Butestor lbs HawiUa
Oiiiwi Moahant str t. Hof
M. PHILLIPS' CO..
WholetaU Importers and Jobben
hropew and American Dry loo
Fo t and Qoetn BtraeU.
H. HAOKFELD & OO.fLsd
ICIEBAL COMmTsSION. &QEITI
flor. Fort and Qneen Streets Houoislf
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improve. nd modem 8UOAJI
CHINERY tt erery capaolty aaAtMs
senpuon maaa to oraer. Bouar wan
and RIVETED PIPBB (or Ttagsltf
purposes a apecJalty. PartUsar atU
uon paid to jou wskk jk.
executed shortast aotloa.
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