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.'.". Evening Eulletin,
fubllfthrit Kvery Pay except Hunilny,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
It. 1., by tho
BUU,lVriN WJIIU3IIINO COMl'AN
W. It. RilllllNOTON IMIIoi
DAN1KL LOdAN Ulty lMltor
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Port Omco Uox 71S
TfKSDAV JULY 1". 1P0H.
HnvltiK declared 111 favor of Agulnal
do mid the Hoer Republics tho Demo
cratic party lias only to add nn ex
precslon tlenounclni; the treatmeiil
the tloxere are receiving to make their
opposition to American principle com
plete. Tho sweet harmony that exists In
the ranks of the locnl Kcpubllcnn
party ought to be satisfactory to tin,
most crltfcal. As the work of the cam
paign approaches the party will ! I
found to possess a solid unanimity that '
will be distressing onfy to lis oppon
ents. What n wealth of promise the na
tional Democracy holds out to he
Democratic party of Hawaii, l'romls
Inc Statehood to Oklahoma. New
Mexico, Arizona and n few other (illicitly hae new quarters been pro
sparsely settled communities Hip vlded for the burned-out people, the
Democracy passes over Hawaii com- number of privileges hns been scarce
pletely. without so much as recognlz- ly decreased. The receipts are very
ing Its existence. it lose to those of it year ago.
Gen. Roberts needs hardly to add
that the war In the Transvaal Is not
flnl.he.l. -h.. tli Kt..iti.in..nt nei-nni.
panics tin list of losses of the past ' 111B throughout the town uie not
month, rrom nil accounts the Hoer I '"ere-l. It will add mush to the
army Is the most actUc corpse that has rewnuc, while making the Uix lighter
evei ucclwd the Drltlsh death blow. " "le l,0,r- ,,or "c '"milo, a nu
Shoultl the troubles In China call for ' '" woma" "vl"K '" l'"!"""'. " "f
Increased Drltlsh troops the Hoer war ' ",e InU,,,t l,aor8' 1""1 '"" '9 n "e,,r
Is likely to take on n more serious , " l,a' where she used to pay $1S.
nspecvt than It has assuined since the T
fall of the Orange Free State. It needs j W,LL LO0K f" CUSTOMS'
only the spark of possible success o , wushlnston. July (..-Assistant Sec
Inllame the heart of burghers who have etnty Spau,lUllfe ot thl) Troausr,. ,,e.
riturncd to their farms. ,, . 1,1. ,..,... . ,i... ii.,
CHINA NEWS IMPROVES.
The late news from China contained
In the Bulletin's Associated 1'ress spe
clal despatches puts u more reassuring
aspect on the situation lu the Orient
provided any dependence can he plac
ed In the Integrity of the Empress
Dowager. This wily female has play-
ed so ninny roles during her checkered
career that it Is doubtful whether the
announcement ot her friendship car-
rles more confidence to the civilized
world than her enmity. The news at
lenst gives temporary relief to the
world waiting to know the fato of tho
Europeans and Americans nnd seems
to discredit the previous reports of
n massacre of the whole I'eklng foreign
Iteports from the allied forces are
far from reassuring though the rapid
transportation of troops gives promise
that the march on Peking can begin
with reasonable assurance of forcing
Its way through. At present thetroops
In Tien Tel'n seem able to hold their
own. The Chinese nro showing n capa
city for withstanding the nttneks of
Europeans that has never before been
equaled in Chinese history.
Itussla'B withdrawal ot all opposi
tion to the number ot troops Japan
.may land serves to clarify the atmos
phere among the allied fortes, nnd
makes n laigc force Immediately avail
able within a short period.
TREASURY RULES ON HAWAII.
Scattle, June 29. Impoitant treasury
Hprlflnna pr, rprpivpil vpstpnlav At
the local customs office under date of
June 21, from Washington, with regard
to the maritime trafllc between this
country and our new possessions, th
Hafrttfian IslnndB. The decisions u
of vast Importance to local shipping
Regarding conaulur certificates It has
been decided that they nro not ncce
sary for goods shipped from the Unit
ed States to Hawaii.
Surrendered Hawaiian registers must
be forwarded to bureau of navigation
with proper Indorsement.
Permit to discharge vessels from
Hawaii will not be granted until after
compliance with existing legulntlons
applicable as to entry.
Articles manufactured In bonded
manufacturing waichouses nnd othe.
goods exported from tho United State)
and entered fur warehousing lu Hawaii
prior to the 14th Inst, will be subject
upon withdrawal, for consumption on
or after that date to tho rates of duty
Imposed by the tariff laws of the Unit
Legation Snfc July 5.
(Associated Press Special.)
Washington, July 10. Tlio Secietaiy commanding the lliltlsh legation ami
of State has received a despnch fiuinithat the nutlw Christians huvo been
Sir. Ooodnow. United Btatoj Consul at . installed therein.
Shanghai stating tha It Is given out
hy the Onvcrnor of Shun Tim? that the ' Leslie's for July 7 has a good group
legations were standing on July C, plctuie of S. Parker, A. N. Kepolltnl
nnd that the outlaws were ilUperslns. (nml C. 11. Wllsci, delegates from Ml
lr. Ooodnow adds that this stalcment wall to the National Jtepuhllcan Con
does not obtain general ctedenc?. ventlou.
iwi ni'yr 'life
CLOSING UP ' CONSULATES
Kcerrtary II. 12. Cooper ling rrrelvrit I
returns from seu'rnl Hawaiian con-
filiates up to their Dual eloslhK. I
I'miaul Onernl Klnlslin II Allen
elosltiK the N'ew York consulate on
June II. Ho reports that from Jnnu
nry 1 In June H tho value of merchan
dise oxportltl from that port to the
llRuallan Islands vtik $3:2 ".",.
Consul (leneral r.llshn II. Allen
leports for the iumv puled nn expor
tation thince to thisc Islands of free
Koods valued nt $IU0,tr,5.Oii. and ilutl-
nhle Roods nt $2f!3.!:. n total of $12,-'
Oilier consuln hne reported simply
the fees collected up to UofliiK.
The Supreme Court heard argument
In Merlcomt vs. Nurwnlk Insurance
Co., nnd today adjourned slue die.
Judge Huuiphre)s heard some cases
nt chambers this morning.
Judge Stnnley has given Judgment
for defendants In Kunlmokn et ul. vs.
Keolha et al. I'lalntllTs tried to break
n deed on the ground that Its signature
was not genuine, the grantor liuvlr.R
been on his deathbed when the deid
wns executed. AndrowH for plaintiffs;
Klnneyl, llnllou & McClannhan for
Captain .1. V. l'ratt, secretary of the
Water Works bureau, reports but a
slight If any appreciable difference In
the rcclpts of rates for the ensuing six
months. These became liable to n
penalty of 10 per cent for delinquency
nt the closo of yesterday.
It Is the Hist seml-nuniinl collection
since the burning of Chinatown. So
A great many of the rates now ar"
' "f 8ma" h"ldlnB and consequently re
' ,cea ,"u,(,r tllc nuw w'"u'- Tl,ls u
"t wholly In effect yet, however, as
.U. t...V..k. ...... U.. ...U ....J V W.U M
clllc Coast, should reach San Kran
tlsto tomorrow. Ills purpose lu mak
ing the trip. It Is stnted at the Treas-
mry Department, Is a pcisonal lnvestl-
gatfon of the Customs Service In Its
various brunches on the Coast. He
will undoubtedly visit Portland nnd
Puget sound before his return, but It
Is not expected that he will go to
Alaska. In Seattle he will probably
tnkc occasion to look more closely
, Into the matter of bonding privileges
through Alaskan territory,
The Treasury Department holds that
vessels from fdrelgn ports arriving In
j Hawaii must be entered nt the port of
entry. Tho following telegram hns
' been sent to tho Collector of Customs
i at San Krunclsco: "The Bhlp Euterpe,
' mentioned 'in jour .report of the 27th
I ut cannot legally proceed from New-
castle direct to Ijihalnn, Hawaii. So
I advise C. D. Hunker & Co., who should
cable to the master."
A HUNTING ACCIDENT.
Mr. Clinton, the Honokau (telephone
man, went out hunting pigs In the
mountains near that place Friday and
met with the proverbial bad luck at
tributed to that day. Fortunately, he
The men were out on a pig hunt.
Clinton got Into very close quarters
with u big boar uud, being unable to
shoot, he used the butt ot his rifle to
club the Infuriated animal, The gun
was discharged, the ball passing
thiough tho right arm near the shoul
der. One uf the hunteis wan Immediately
hent after Dr, (Jarrlson and thut phy-
8ll.la wns "f way Into the moun-
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I uvtnnt if Pllnlnti'u Indirlna niMilil twit
ANOTHER FILIPINO GENERAL.
Washington, July 2. The following
cahlo dated Manila, wub received at the
Wur Department this morning: Gen
eral Agulno, a prominent leader of the
Insurgent forces, surrendered uncon
ditionally to First Lieutenant John
O'Connell with the Mucabebe scouts on
June 2Gth, with slxtj'-four rifles and
"General MacAlthur also cables the
following: General litem te, leader ot
the threatened uprUIng In Manila dur
ing this year, and recently very active,
was captured July 1st by native police
between Paco and Btann. This event
Is Important In relutlon to conditions
PorelnciH In the Pnlncc,
(Associated Press Special.)
Tien Tsln, Juljt IX It Ib reported
fi'oin Chinese sources thut forclKneis
ut l'elilng liae tuhen possession of ouu
Hit tho Piluce's palaces, opposite and
- lift fof;xiM&&ito'n MflfyifoHflftp.
THE EVENING BULLETIN! . HONOLULU,
Pacific - Hardware - Co,,
Goods for the household, for
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, yi to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
Storesj Fort Kins and Bethel sts-
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialne Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
hor further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manaper,
Room 8, Model Block.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
: : arid : :
HARNESS - REPOSITORY
Police Court NutcH.
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
tho following cahes were disposed of:
Tons Van, Leo Yee, Ah Long and Ah
Tom, unlawful possession of opium,
Sj.'O nnd costs each; -Muuraskl, cruelty
to unlmals, $10 and costs; Davenport,
riding without a light, $10 and costs.
Pacific m w
H. I., TUESDAY, JULY I;,
the plumber, for contractors,
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Go,,
Holders of water privileges, or thono
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4to o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, June U, 1899.
The Washington Light Co.
Hon AxiHt Ttoco.vot nn Invoice
o.'Tlialr NEW LIGHT,
TRANSCENDENT LIGHT !
500 Candle Power,
ConslstlnROf Indoor and Outdoor Arc Llffhts. For stores, halls, lanals,
grounds. Consumes one .part of oil In eight hours.
C. W. MACFARLANE. Manager.
Good Air. Good View. Gooo Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work ot
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands ot
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant -we are prepared to -furnish
electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose!,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
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For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of "
BRUCE WARING & CO.
HAWAIIAN S0HGS- '
40 Selected ones for $3.00
Comer Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
,.FOR YOUR OFFICE
AnJ all klnJs of Furniture.
WemiOke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to dj It
TMU IIB5T IS CHBAPUST
thervfurs iur bli Is always 'the lowtt
because thera ars it) better gools male than those
I When yoil are fixing up the oli store or
planning a new gne consult us regarding how to
do It In style,
I OesMes Signs ani Display natures we are
prepared to figure with you on any kind of Interior
finish or furniture In theway of ofnee or store fixtures
partition shelving, etc. In liard woods of atl kinds.
Plans and deilgns for the asUIng of
Lewsrs & Coole,
Eenrv Watcrhouse a Co.
Alakea Streets. ,.
Are You a Lover
POETRY OF SUMMER?
If so, you will like our stock of Summer
Neckwear. Here Is concord and rythm,
sentiment and patriotism. The beautiful
Is worked Into the most d'llcate shades of
Slik, of which the like has never been
T',e attention given to the making of
beautiful Neckwear shows the Important
attached to It as an article of dress.
, Alike your choice now and get the best
at popular prices.
A TOUCH OP
Good Taste and
In our Men's, Boys' and Children
ClOthln? Mffe It mil nt th n.irtu.mirf.. n
and adds 3er cent to its value. It
might pay you to look at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
96 and 676.
9 and it Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
W.AUSTIN WHITING has resumed
the gemral practice of law and taken the
law r.ttices of Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
comer Bethel anj King streets, Honolulu.
''.O. Box 7)5. !57frmi