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Francis J. Beny,
Rao mi 3 and 4,
Lof HullJliiR, FnttSt.
(ft. L. 0. Atkinson nnd A. F. Jtidd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
Connspllo's at Law. 1
fc over Bishop a Co.'s Bank, cor.
uaianu and Merchant Streets.
T. MoOANTS STEWART,
OouiiHullor at Law.
Progress Illock opposite Catholic
Ckurch, Fort Street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
R. D SILL1MAN.
Ml Judd Building.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
,A.ttornov at Law and
J. M. KANE A KU A,
Attorney and Counsellor
Otnce: In ibe Occlilent.il
tornrr of King and Alnkea
W. C. Acbl. Enoch Johncon.
Attoraoys and Goiiiittolore)
at Law .
Oflce No. .J West King Street
&. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FORT STREET.
inreocs, Physicians and Dentists.
F. B. COUDERT.
Ol Nw WW
OrUCE AMI RLSIDLNCL, ENGLI-blDL,
V1NEVAKD ST. TLL. 660.
OSes Hours: 9:30a.m. to 12m.; 2-4
p. m.; 7 8 p. m.
DUcohcm of Children
DR. E. C.
Office and Residence:
near Alapal, : : : : :
Sto It A. M.
Ho 1 1' M.
T 10 8 l M.
SUKDAS Jo lo It. 10 A. M.
TELEPHONE )oi. WHITE. ysi
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
G. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lore Building, Fort Street,
lout; Sto 4. Telephone 431.
Dr. W. J, Galbraith,
Otnce and Residence: LlercLanla and
Office Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to I
p. n.i 7 to 8 p. m.
R WALTER HOFFMANN.
xoXRKTANIA STREET, (opposite the
rsltphone 610. P. 0. Box C01.
Ottce hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
). m., 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. tn.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Office; 202 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
HI N. SINCLAIR
kooI Street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
luitp. ax; Sundays. 9 to 10 a. m.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
ji'BKK TREATMENT to the Poor of
Tot information as to cards of ad
jdimiod and 10 the service, etc., etc..
.lppiy at the
Third Floor, Progress Dlock.
vbscnptlons may be left with J. F.
fUczieia. L. C. Abies or Dr. Sloggett.
II. O. MlDDltDITCrl.
113 KAAHUAUNU ST.
Makes A SPECIALTY of Monthly
Arcoui'ts and Rents.
112 IlCIKL 8TIIF.KT
KAPA, CALAUASHES, LEIS, NA
TIVB HATB. HULA SKIRTS. NIIHAU 1
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on hand.
Btef ana Wine Dealers.
iMPORTRnn, AND W If OMCR At,
ffine anfl Lipr Dealers
Artnti lor tti Botiltd Rttnttr KrM of fttittli
NO, II NtHUM' HTftBKT
Hmi Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Island
P O Bo 1 it Mutual Ttlt thorn ;&!
iONSALVES fc CO.. Ltc
WHOLESALE OKOOEHB AN
yfi Queen rttreoi Mountain. M
lonsolidateil Soda Water Co., Li
orner Altec & Fort SU., Honoluli,
HOLU8TER A CO.,
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled ir. Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
Chlnesi) and Japanese Firms.
AGENTS ' mtSS
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. tn. to j p. m
P. O. Box 862.
Room 1, Spreckels Blook
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldlncs for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
near nonotuiu siock larus
In Prepnreil toSupply at Short Notice
80rij FOK FILLING & CIHADINU
Lowest Prices Please
leave orders nt olllce of
J I. KuillllklHI,
Helhel street, nmuka 1'. 0.
Watchmaker and .Towollor
HOLT) AND MILVEH PLATING,
213H King street.
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Mni.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
TtnipotAry Offlct: Rook ruritAlri Sprtcktli bulla
ing. iti. sn, .
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A PlRFtCT TlT CUAkASTCEU
124 King Street, Opposite John Nott's
Honolulu, h. I.
Cktnlnj, llytlng and Repairing Specialty
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Order.
I HOP HONG,
A FlS ASSORTMENT OF AMERICAN, ElSQllSH AND
I Scotch Cloth on Hand
No. si? Nuuanu ttrret, Honolulu, H.,1.
'iood work and Artt-cUts fit guaranteed
Uottin CltaneJ and Ktpalrtd
..COUNtH AlAKCA AND KlNO SlDCBTS ,
I GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
I always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
1 AINU UUI ItK
Delivery Free. Tel.
Fine Job Printing at
TUB EVENING UUI.LETIN; HONOLULU, II. I., FKIDAY, JUNE 20,
FILIPINOS HAKE REQUEST
In.urrectlon Forces Slate Tbclr Terms
1 Ask Amnesty and EipiiLlon ot Friars Mac
Anbui CraMs Amntsly - FavoraMe Begin
ning Tboubt to Be Made.
.Manila, June 21, 6:55 p. m. Two
hundred Filipinos met this morning In
Manila to determine honorable and de
' colons methods for securing pence. Tin
I risults were sulimltteil thin ecnlng ti
I General MucAtthur. The lenders of thr
I meeting will use thtlr Influence to In-
ducc Agulunldii tn nccept the nrrnnge-
ments. If they ure successful, ns they
hope to be, they believe AKUlnaldo will
Issue- orders In conjunction with the
American authorities for the cessation
The meeting, which, was the first of
the kind since the ilnys of the Filipino
Congress, was composed of the distinct
ruvolutlonnry element, the "American
Istns'" being lacking. Thirty political
I prisoners' were released from Jail this
I morning for half a day In order to nt
I tend. So nor Patcrmi presided and Senor
llueiu'iimluo. the originator of the
1 movement, Senor l'loies, General I'lo
! del PInar, (Icncrnl Garcia, General
MacnliuliM nml other prominent roolu
I tioiilsls ucic present.
It was pointed out that the questions
to be considered were mllltury tin I
elWI. the military conct-rnctl with .1
cessation nt hostilities and the civil
with the determination of the political
status of the Filipinos. The Immediate
otijeil of the mi'PtitiK was to effect
peaer and Hiibspipicuily the le.ideis
iiiiild ciinsiilt with tin- Civil Commis
1 slon ns to pollticnl .natters.
1 It was utlilcnt that Senor Patcrno
, was convinced that he lould obtain
ARUln.ildo's saiirtlon to a peace Imvcii
upon the following sevon cbiUM',
which, lifter four Iiouim, weie unani
mously accepted as compatible with an
I First Amnesty.
Second The return by the Ameri
cans to the Filipinos of confiscated
Third Employment for the revolu
tionary generals In the Nnvy and mili
tia when established.
Fourth The application of the Fili
pino revenues to succor needy Filipino
Fifth A guarantee to the Filipinos
of the exercise of personnl rights nc
corded to Americans by their Constitu
tion. Sixth Establishment of civil gov
ernment at Manila and In the prov
inces. Seventh Expulsion of the frlnrs.
The statement of the seventh condi
tion was oclfcrously nc claimed, th'
entire assemblage shouting "Expel, ex
pel." This was the first general meeting of
F.llplnos time the fall of Tnrhe. Tlfm
were numerous heated debates and
considerable dllllculty was found In ex
cluding political discussions. All those
who took part In the meeting were In
favor of peace.
President Taft of the Philippine
Commission, speaking of the meeting,
said: "These people deal In glittering
generalities. They 111 e unable to grasp
details. Hnvcer. this morning's
work Is an excellent Indication I hope
the movement will (ontlnue, subject to
Should nn understanding be had with
MacArtliur, tho Junta proposes to nego
tiate with the Commission' concerning
la civil government.
I Oenernl MncArthur has issued 11
' proclamation of amnesty to ull Fili
pinos who will lay down their arms.
The Nclll Compmiy.
"Lord Chiimlcy" was played to i
good house by the Nclll company last
night. Tliocuitttlii rose on the Instant
I of S o'clock. This Nelll Innovation
I gives greU 11I nsuro to people who havi
been dlhgusted with the practice, glow
ing worse and worse for several years
past, of a difference ranging from 15 to
1 45 minutes between the udicrtlsed be
ginning of n play, and the actuality.
James Nelll ns "Lord Qeorge Chol
mondelcy, known ns Cliuinluy," pt-r-formed
11 masterly personation, sus
taining It without a flaw from start to
finish. He was well supported by mem
bers of tho company, so well that par
tlculnrlzutlon would bo invidious. Tho
houso was frequently convulsed with
mirth, varied with rounds of applause.
This evening tho company will play
"Lady Windermere's Fun."
Flrttt to Rccognlzs Uncle Sain,
Tho first entry made nt the Ciibtoni
House under tho new administration
wns for one of America's foremost
products Pubst beer. The original
receipt Is being held by the local
It Is not at all surprising that tho
representatives of an article so univer
sally sought for should bo tho first to
recognize Undo Ham's administration.
In Cliin'c olf Ciiminliin.
Philadelphia, June 21, Clmlrmnn
Ilnnna tonight announced the names of
tho flvo members of the now executive
committee of the National Commlttcj
as follows: Henry C. Payne, Joseph
Mnnloy of Maine: N, 11. Scott, of West
Virginia; Harry D, New, of Indiana,
and Oeorgo L. Shoup of Idaho.
For that tired feeling take a rfili
up Pacific Heights.
Death of Russian Minister
of Foreign , Affairs
St. Petersburg. June 21. Tho Minu
ter of Foreign Affairs, Count Muvleff, 1
died suddenly this morning. Count
MurnMrlf had j,i,t finished his morning
eiii of coffee and had ordeied his luncli,
when he fell In nn apoplectic lit and ex
phed In a few tnlnuUs. between !l unit
New Yolk. June 21. A tabic to th"
Trlbnno from London, says: "The
sudden death of Muravleff Is a startling
Incident which hns Important bearing
upon the China question and Husslan
policy. He was the most pacific .Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs Russia has
known during recent years, nml exer
cised u restraining Influence over nm
bltloiiB Generals. The Czar called
him from Copenhagen when n succes
sor for Prlnco Lobanoff was needed,
and that was aqulet capital where the
Husslan Minister hnd easily been con
vinced that Hussln nml Great llrltnln
ought to get along tomfortnbly to
gether. MuravlefT not only took up tho
Cnzar'i) project for a peace conference
nt The Hague, and enrrled It through
In a sympathetic spirit, but also prac
ticed pence In his relations with tins
r.uropean powers, and declined tn tnke
ndvuntngc of England's hinvy work In
South Afrl a. The European concert
In Chlnn was more likely to prove ef-1
fcctlve when so moderate and pacific n 1
statesman was In charge of Russian
diplomacy. His death has come nt 1111 .
inopportune moment for the settlement
of the great questions connected with
the Impending dissolution uf China.
Ills successor may be more ciiMly III '
llucneeil from Paris and less cautious '
in dealing with Germany and Eng
Heal Estate and Insurance
lidAdu. ad jm jj
L1JEPK and FIKJ-
AGENTS FOB ..
New England Mutual Life in
surance Co. of Bo ton.
tna Fire Insurance CoMPAr.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Memberi Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention flrta lo purcbaa and al o
lawallan Sujar Stock.
Loaat Nagotlattd. Eat tarn and tot$gn Stochi
403 California St.,
8on FrnncUco, Cal.
N. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
V3T We wm Uny or !,e.itel Estate n 1
il parts ol the group .
tW We will Sell Properties on Beaaoi .
IFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town nnJ suburbs
and HOUSES TO.I.ET.
T. R. JVIOSSMA.N
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles
Stock and Bond Broker
Mcmtxr of Htwtllan Stock Esching.
Molnerny Block. Fort Street.
OHAS. J. EALK,
STOCK ANDBOND BROKER
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 801, Judd Building.
P. E. R. STRATJOHt
Real Estate' Broker
Financial Agint nd Collector
No. 9 Ilethel St., near P. O.
lt.8 Ttl.phOt,. OOj
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broke)
Mmbtr of lb Honolulu Stock Eicboig .
Otnce Queen street, opposite Union
TtiopboM' v P.O. Bos iti
f lncooATJD UnDta thi Lawi I
(op Tm Hawaiian Ripuslici
OFFICERS AND I1IP.ECTOKS1
Chan. M. Coork, Fresldnnt.
P. V. .Iom:h, Vice-President .
0. H. Cooer, Cashier,
F. C. Atiikrtom, Assistant CashUi
K. W. MacfnrUno,
K. I). Tenney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, nnd wll
carefully and promptly nltnnd to al
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Bell nnd purchase Forelgi
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits rocolved
and Interest allowed In accordance wl")
rules and1 conditions printed In Pa
books, copies of which may be had u ,1
To uny iwirt of the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
i Works; Kew.Uo.
Tel., 3151 Ulue. P. O. Box too.
t&r Ice will he delivered bv courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
rhe . . .
Corner Alakea and HalekauvvllaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers ard Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
: We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Office; 46 Merchant St.
THH : PACIFIC : NURSERY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddinji& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
, Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
nTlffFP s rn
THE HAWAII HER ALL
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
62,50 per an
Advert is ei
who use its
OOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOOJ
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
- -J- mm m
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ULADi BratcKiL. Wm, U, lawr.
HONOLULI. . .. H, I
Snri rrnncfco Agenlt Tun Nevada
Nationai. Hank of Has Fiianoihco.
Sah FriANrisco The Novada National
Rank of San Francisco
London Tho Union Hank of London,
Nnw YonK American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank
Pahis Credit Lyonnals,
Kkhlin Dresdner Bank.
IIonrono and Yokohama Honk-ng A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nkw Zkaland and Adktralia Bans
of New Zealand,
VicToniA and Vancouvjcr Bank 0
British North America.
Transact i General Basliai iMEiciiueBMiim
1 Dcpolsts Received. Loans made on Ai-
6 roved Becartty. Commercial and Traveler!
redlti Iaed. Bills of Exchange boagbl
UOLUCTIOKS PSOMPTLT ACOQCHTID fOli,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of tat
Republic of Hawaii.
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750.000
Paid Up Capital SOO.OOo
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOn.3.'
Cecil Drown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
V. 0. Cooper Cashier
R. M. Uoyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
UoblnBon, Druce Cartwrlght, W. Q.
Cooper nnd II. M. Von Holt
DRAW CXCHANOE ON:
Ban Francisco Tho Anglo-California
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan anO
Now York J. & W. Scllgman k. Com.
London The Anglo-Callfornln
Varls Soclctle Oenerale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg It Jon
pnny. Hongkong and Yokonama Thu
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia Tho Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letter-
Credit issued on all parts of tho
Savings Deposits will be)
received and interest allowed by thin
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
illations may be obtained on application,
Otnce at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
eisxaio cso co.
Transact a General Banking
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
jettors of Credit issued, avail
ble in all the principal citioo
f tho world.
Interest allowed after Jnly
1, 1898, on fixed deposits S
months 3 per cent., 0 niontho
:5J per cent., 12 month? 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEC. 31. 189S, I112.877.I7.
Mono? loaned on nnnrnvri .tepiirit
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
men pic .
Twentieth Serl - of Stock la now
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. a
Oray, Treasurer; A. V, Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. a
Rose, A. V. Gear. A. W. Keech, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt. 0. B,
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:80 p. a.
Trje VoohamB Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000.000
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection mils of Exchange. Issue Draft
I tnd Letters of Credit, ana traniaeti
general banking business.
Oo Flicd Dtpcalt foi it noutbi, 4 ptr (Ml 9,
On Flied Dtroilt for 6 noDlbi, tf "
On Find Depoilt for 1 not, 3
I Bvtbt HoJ 0tt, at YonohiB.,, 0 Corrtot Bt
potlt. 1 tMi per dy
! Oo Hitd Dtpoilt (or 11 nonthi. 5K r cot y, .
tew Will! Wiu. Ill Sim St.. HeicUh
Subscribers to the BUL
LETIN not receiving "" Pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the 'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
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