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'sONOAt DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SUNDAY. MAY 4, ISO?.
Lines of rravev.
cdbFwill be free this month
ICJ.OBU THE CONTINENT TROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FnOM SAN FIlANCIflCO
TWO TRAINS DAILY
xly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York
rallaitn I'alaco Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
teg nd Library Cars, with flarbe,
kov and Pleasant Reading Hoomi
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte).
Free Reclining Cbalrs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
t4 H. LOTHROP, Gcnernl Agent
Its Third street, Portland, Oregon
?. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Ho. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco
B. L. LOMAX, O. P. & T. A.,
147J Omaha, Nebraska
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET 11NE.
Can leare Walkllcl lor town at 54!. (.IS. 6.4!
eolever. lemlnuteithireatler till 104;, n:u im
iiai P.M. Iro-n Walkllcl so to mi Putuhou Statin
Can leariR ins orPaia Itch lor town ai
I.SIA.M. anl everr i! mlnutei ihereatler till liotP.M
Cm Utvt Foil anl Kin Welti cotnr tor Palaeai
16 ia A.M. and lYiry is mlnutei alter till ii:i-
Can lean tor raumi oniy ai i ana 5:11 it.
Cart Itavt I'llami lor Walklkl s ! anl men
it nlnutaitill 4) r t tnen at io.ij and io 41 r.n
Till mis' HomPilima lor Punahou only toe,
Carl leave toil anl Kin; itreetl corner lot Kill,
Reftii at s anJ vso . . . ,.,,.
Can leavi Fort anl King Mreell corner lor Wetklk
tttlA.n anl evliy m mlnutei till toes'-".tup r
i js ail iiii y m. Tbi n is P.M. son to Walklk
BERET A.H1A STREET AND I'UUANU VALLEY.
Can liavl Punahou StaMi Icr Town at t-jo anl
lor Town anl Valliy all 40 J 50 1 10 .: 0 40 anl
Ceil leave OihilCo"ite lor town anl Valley a
. . - -.... ....,... Amlmttatl!ltnrir
P.M. liceft the tvin nour anl ball, hour can whlct
run Irura the Rtatti
Can leave Nu'ianu Valley at 'io e:o 6-joA,Manf
irery 10 mlnutei the fatter till 10 so P.M.
Can leavi Fort anl Quern ttreetl lor Punahoi
Colleci at os 6 is 6 is a.m ar.l every 10 nlnutei
Iter till q 45 P.n Alter that tM can run to th
Stasia up to irsoP M, whlrli Inhllattcar Iroa Town
reachlnc the Stable at 11 to P.M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island
ivEALAKEKUA, - HAWA1
J. G. HENRIQDES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
'v To the Volcano or the Mountains.
' An excellent chance la offered for
8EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the 8. S. Matron kw
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 18.
W2g- &wjr mMmM$s'4
STT C- W "WrsjL-Mi li'KZZ- -2va u
..jl Cdtf M JA aaaVLalrl w.4.tl 2- BBBeaaawaeaBBiaB
tji "W3U7n!lS-ilrwVeCT!iWH 'I1W tejafSW Hi
pwrf-l'J - ' f -t S' T . . am ir7eWla1 ! S-in' ataaaaaawaaaaaaar-wai law -, aaaaaaaa vejtW ..""
isfeSisSis? hi i nam :
i Mif- " T'(
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
t ,.,:nn Anrll n.Tllo Tillies til'
innmlng prints a poom ly Ilnilyr.l
Klp'-'ng, toinpnseil to Iip t-ad nt tit
burial of -Mr. Rhodes. It apoatro
plilzt'S Mr. Itlioiles ns:
Lreamcr devout by vision led
llayond our Riiess or win,
The tinvnlt of his spirit bred
Cities In plnco of speech.
So biiBo the nll-mastorltig tliougbt that
So brief tho term allowed.
NTniinna not words, ho linked to
ills faith lii-foro the rrowd.
Uofcrrlng to the placn of burial In
the Mnleppo Hills. Mr. Kipling Willi's:
There till the vision lu foresnw.
Siilcndld and whole nrlso,
And tmlmaRlmtl einplres draw
To i-tmnell 'iiratli his skies.
Tho Iinmenip nnd brooding stead
Shall quicken nnd rontrol;
Living, he wns tin- land, nnd dead,
Ills soul shnll lie her soul.
W, G. Irwin & Go,
Western Sugar Keflnery Comt,any of
Baldwin Locomotls-o Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fcrtlll
Alox. Cross &. Sons' hlghgrado icril
lliers for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OKFUll roil hauij;
Parnmno Paint Co.'s P.& n. Paints and
Papers: Ltirol and LlnBced Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indiirlno (a cold-water paint), In whlto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, I.lmo and
M&1NC0CF CAKRY4W CAW:
aWK 1 ft
PREg,fiFF.ICfAL h'ESIDEihCr: IN HtW'ASX
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
Ilavnnn. April 22. Preparations mr .,i Stat-' and Unoil Wood nr.' now Wood Ih now In Ilnvnna and w II be
the official exnrtinilon of Cuba niv I u.'l i ..ugln. nil the details so ,.. olllnlal eh.-rge or the oui ttntliin.
proceeding apaee. Secretary ol War u-it lb- . Mil i no hitch wiien the l'h- American wlthdrnwnl will l
:. .. "...... ....... ........ I..,.. ,.,,., ,.i,,. th mU- venter or Aire: I
Hoot, rresiuetu-elect r.iima. selior ,n ! ,' u hi ' i' im-'u sun -,.,..-- , , , i
Tnmnvn. ilio nresent rnban Sciretnrvli in "i . . 'i'- next uiiil-iiii
romtiniiles of t'tiltcd Slnleg coast nr-
liiery that will garrison uunis
,.,Mt until th nntlve Ctilmti military
ft ice Is thoroughly organized. Tho
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
loitw.ri: li. Sun. daily . Sun. daily da.li
a.m. A.m. n.pt. r-,-.
Purl City.... Io
Ewa Mill !)
Joy for Botanists
Pest to Housekeeper
The housekeeper who llnds a laser
of gray-green mold covering her pre
serves when she renioc& tho lid from
the Jar Is so far from seeing anything
Interesting, much less beautiful. In It.
that she throws It nway In disgust.
Rut If she would examine It with n
microscope, ns TIlo botanist docs, sho
wt-uld bo Interested In- splto of her
telf. Sho would And It n mass of fun
gous plants, with branches of dollcate.
frostllhc tracery nnd na dainty and
clean In tho midst of decay as nro
the lilies In a stagnant swamp.
The mold that thus nnsoys fruit
canners Is the most common of tho
sreeles. It grows In the form of n
ginylsh-grecn mnt. which gives oft" a
fine dust consisting of millions of
spores that correspond to tho secda
of larger plants. The spores sprout
in nvnrv illiectlon on the surface on
which they lie. nnd a little later
sprouts turn nnd grow upward.
II. Sun. DAILY DAILY DAILl
A M AM P.M P.M
lllo 4 '
1 OS V
r 0. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & TIckot Affl
O. P. DENI80N. Superintendent
n)z ll i
i w: MmmBsammm
V4 4.. W5d I III
II !,' JlMii, 'nr vi& '$iiiJx$.-fii 'h ' lllllll. II
tx H Mi
i Bfc.ttEir" w m 1
ksiallllllllWw'& jbs2ii,- "S,l8aStTli
1 11 MMMmJMmWMw
nnipieit' III "III! na"1-1 " .- - - - --
an authority o rcmnln bWiiK several .uiMi.i of tho Culmii Mas on Morro
tCBIU Will IUUIU IIIL" llllliwiit.iit, vn-iii.
in Rural Delivery
Uncle Sam's rural delivery has
brought out many peculiar things. At
ono point on n cross-roads In Indlnna
n number of fnrmers, in order to
nii-Uo It convcnlcn'-for themselves, ns
well as tho mall carrier, have rigged
up a contrlvnnco which Is decidedly
t'otel. Hero sixteen farmers nre serv
ed and each has his mall box mount
ed on nn old wngon wheel, which has
been set on top of a post. The six
teen boxes Ho around tiio edgo of tho
wheel, and when tho cnrrler comes ho
s'mply has to get out of his wagon
nnd give the wheel a turn to make tho
hexes which ho. wants como beforo
him. It Is a inlnlaturo postotflce out
J Sates, Pianos,
, Furniture MOVED
Draye lor Freight
Our representative meets all lncom
Ing steamors from tho Coast, and th
check baggage on all outgoing steim
White anil Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, .'
King street Tel B6.
ft. LftRSEH, M'ft.
When You Want a Rig
niNO UV THH'
U7ERY BOARDING and
1 : i : : B18 fort stjeei
Btable "Phono, 109 Main.
Haclt Stand, 'I'hones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINeX,
Strnwber I may nB well tell you,
oil! man. that I nm engaged to Miss
I'lnkerly, the girl you have been so
Slngprly Oh, thnt accounts for
tulinl elm cnlil lnnt lli.lt. I ,--. . , n-ll no rr rnv ir -,, nf T.mnnEann Intn lmml nf tile
'" " - -w -"" I iieiiHKiuii, iiitu --. - , i.ui"i ....... .-. ..-
StTJTVvber What was l.iat? fnlttil States Penblou Ilureau, Is spo ken of as being likely to be President
Slngerly Why, I proposed to her, ' hiioiu ills cliolc lor United States Minister to Cuba. It Is generally tin-
nn.t hn xnld she would hnvo to wnlt ji. lstood In Washington that tho Pro stdent has promised to tonipensuto
a little while beforo Bho formally nc- the ex Commissioner lor his loss ot olflco by awarding l.lm tho first cholco
rr-rtn.1 me. I' "' Oners
Hostess Oh. do, Mr. Hasscnti, oblige
us with Just one moic song.
The Singer lleally. Mrs. I'ootenlt.
I'm afraid nt this late hour I might dis
turb tho neighbors.
lToaloRR N'nver mind? thev hnvo a
howling dog that disturbs us nt night
very often. Philadelphia Press.
Tho white men In Lawton, Ok., are
trying to dtUe every nrgio from tho
town. Law ton noer got Its nauis
from Its devotion to the letter or spirit
of tho law.
She Lost Nothing
by Man's Failure
A distinguished nanl officer was
tilling this story on himself the other
evening to n gathering of friends. At
llic tlmo of his marriage uo had been
through tht- Civil War utid had had
inr-ny harrowing experiences aboard
uhlp. tliititigh all of which ho kept his
ccuiago nnd retnnlnvd ns calm ns a
bn.o man should. As the tlmo for
tin ceremony came on, however, his
calmness gradually gave way. At tho
nllnr. amfd the blaze ot brass buttons
Ltid gold late marking tho full naval
wedding, the officer was nil tun stam
ruled, and what went on thero seem
ed vely much mixed to him. rearing
iho excitement of tho moment would
ii-iminrnrilv tako him off Ills feet, tho
officer had learned tho ninrrlago cere-
monv letter perfect, ns ho thought,
end ho remembered repeating tho
woids alter the minister In a median-
linl fcort of way.
After the ceremony was over nnd
nil was serene ngaln, Including tho
oflicor's state of mind, tho kindly
clergyman came up to him and touch
u. him on tho shoulder.
T.ook here, old man,' he said, "you
didn't endow your wlfo with any
"What's that?" asked tho bride
groom with something of nslonlBn
mint In his voice.
'Why. 1 repented tho sentence
'With nil my worldly goods I thee on-
i'uw Bccral times, and uespiio my
cflorts you would not say It nfter me."
Tho bridegroom seemeil "perturbed
lor a moment, nnd then beaming light
citniu Into Mb fnce.
"Nour mind, sir," ho said "she
il.dn't lose a blessed thing by my fall
me." Washington Stnr.
Tho I'a Plantntlon Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wnlmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard OH Co.
TI.o Ceo. F. Wako Steam Pumps.
Tho New i:nglatul l.tro insurance v.o.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of Lontlun.
II. P. Baldwin..: President
J. n. Cnstlo First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith....." secretary
Geo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co.. Pata Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian sugar v,u.,
Knhulul Railroad. Co..
Win, G. Irwin & Go
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Snrcckels Vice President
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vlco President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Trcas. ana aec.
Oeo. J. Koss Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FIIANCISCO, CAI.
MUa SuHau Halo Ih comlnR all tho
way from Algiers to bo present at the
colobrntton of her brother, Edward
I.fa1-At' lln.n Cfitll Iia-tlli1fl
l-i ti u iiiiiv g qvvu uiitiiiiu;,
AGAINST RAILROAD ACCIDENTS.
A temarl.nblo Inxcntlon for prevent
ing railway accidents bus been tried I
with Biiuoss on the western rallwnys
. f Fiance.
Tho Invention Is placed on nn en
gine. If the driver for any causo
passes an adverse danger signal tho
nrpaiatus blows n whistle on tfio en
gine continuously and also throws up
a small light under the- engine driv
er's nose. This will render all nccl-
dents, except wilful ones, Impossible.
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
ian Cannot Be Both, So Leaves the Force
'.'.. ."!..'".'....' 1 u,. r,.r,.n .... 111 ., iw. i.iu r,.nrms for ..Bv li.nim- hMIIhi! nredonilii.ttes. Such Held has been strikingly consistent, stry to drop two of the Ilvo menibe:
has boon Hoard nfter Hoard of Select-
" llonolnlu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINBIW of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
unit nrVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular alien
iltVn paid to JOB WOHK, and rep&ln
executed at shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
EN01NEERS AND I :
Pianl aol iitlmatel lurnlihel lor all cliiwl
Tel. Main 245.
ho'OM 30P BOSTON BLK. HanolulU
Held lias been strikingly consistent
rut) none of his friends Is surprised
at Ills unique action. Ho Is of ono of
tin, olilest families In tho town, bis
lather for yearn being tho leading
member of tho O. A. 11. His education
was received thero, and ho bus always
lived In tin, town. Soveial years ago
men, and tho same Btnto ot nffalrs has ho learned tho bnrber trade and con
gone on for years. ' ducted tho shop In tho American
1 "I wonder where tho troublo Is. I House, In SprlngQcld, for n year,
urn a member of tho First Methodist About threo yenrs ago ho opened a
m.M-M, u,i,1 nu.l.lnnl atittnrlntnmlont l.nrlinr ahnn nt Ills own In West Spring'
llco forco of I Iia" cnn a ,r "" ,, s.1..llnv aei100, nnii for tho cred- held and within a Bhort tlmo built up
West Springfield. Mass., who resigned j , ,. or thc80 ag wo 8 rayBclr , lmvo tlirlvln(. trmlo.
ins iiiiicu .u , ....-. ----- . . . s no tonciuuo.1 to ue nn nonei i.i.nu.. mm, r it...
.!- n nnr nt serVlCO 110 tee B IIIBI .., ... . ... l.l I- ..!.! ,.l.l,., ,!,,. ih.n o " IKiliuu hi " ,...-r,
'' ''- -". ;- , sham to Ills life. I will Bay Hero tnat - ""- i"1"" ""- -"v. ...... "
no cannot no a iiiiiu.. .. -
ber of tho force nt tho same
Policeman Emerson Is twenty
"I cannot lemnln on the police force
Pi this town and keep a pure, clean
conbcleme. I am n member of tho
First Methodist Church and assistant
superintendent In Its Sunday Bchool,
end for the credit of these as well nl
myself I hac conrluded to bo nn hon
est Christian citizen In plain clothes
inther thnn a walking sign for the
thing I know I am not preserving
namely, law and order."
This Is the statement of narry O.
f,-.,, nnn nf Ihn nolICO fOrCO 0(
1,1,1-., ow,-t --- -
,. ,,.,1,. .,,1111,,,. 1,, k,. hi reasons tor nnv 1 niinr sel II111; nreilomiii.ttes. nucu
Me unusual action, ns will be seen by things could be stopped. I cannot do
tin lollowlng siMied statement, writ- my work as It ought to bo dono Irom
ten o hlmselt: nn honest man's Hiandpoint without
"The lollowlng Is n truo statement assistance, which Is hard to get.
m iclerc-.uo to in, resignation ns a', "There might bo win so Selectmen
-..11 i. r ..... ..vl ,.r West hero nnd there might bo better. Thero
I'llllI I' II111LC1 Ul IIIV l,U T -
Sptlngflehl. What hnB already been
bld In the nowspapera Is to some ex
tent true, although a slight differenco
I In Its wording might make tho story
pppear better for mo. I believe a
nan can bo a Christian In nny walk
celB that R(J ,mu P1'0"10 ,cn" B,;o ,nure 1B "u . ; . i .V .. .1 .' A featuro of his manngemem or tlio
1 a mem: ?hm to Ms life1. I will say here that c'tlzen In plain clothes rather than a wfts hu
time ll connot remain on tho police forco In walking sign for tho thing I know I doctrines. Ho could
S-nve U town and keep a pure, clean con- am not Preservhig name y la. -anil or- temptation to give
. .. . rri .. ...... ,...,. tt.lnnr. Hint (UT
years of age, U married and has two - ,, ' ....olico fl Mr
i..i lt I. In linmn lifllniT 11T rin. in
Spring street. In West Sprlngneld De- J J
fore becoming a uier.ii.ur u mu iiuhv-
force, about a year ..go. " "J l" "" Hont8t chricllan Citizen.
3 barber Bhop, and ho Is well known ,
and universally respected. Ho Is n! "in relation to tne ...rc . ,.,
prominent member of tho Methodist tin time mere re Bu.,.i. ..... -....
Cliurch. In conversation with frlemls iitisiwiiiuiy men in ....ii. -.-.
.... ,..., 1 tl.nl l,lu ,nnar eneo IV On UIIIO Llliei. 10 iium uoiui - .
re lias uuiii.tiu v,,,-. -. -
will not permit him to remain m tho Sweeney tho town has nn nlilo off cor
HARIIY (!. EMEUSON
Emerson's life In West Sprlng-
THE LIGHT THAT FAILED
They sat on tho couch.
stry to drop two of the Ilvo menibeis
of the police foico lor cause, uuout a
j ear ngo, Emerson said that ho wish
ol to go on tho force, nnd, as ho re
ceived wldo support, ho was appoint
ed without question. Although ho
did not openly express such Intention
nt (lie time, his purpose In joining tho
force wns tho suppression .of borne
ovlls which had como under his obBor-
vttlon In flio town. Ho believed that
nn ordinary policeman would find
abundant opportunity to block Illegal
liquor Bolting nnd correct other
nbuaea which ho believed existed.
That ho was not very successful ho
That Emerson Is Blncero not n man
In West SniinRfleld doubts. His scrl-
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ooknla,
Qitnn, tllnn. f-. fnnv-inn Cnq. f1.
""' A It...,. ,,.., WMWU.VU hJUt,U, WW.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
AiaKco augar uo.,iiaieaKaia tiancn co
Tho Planters' I.luo of San Francisco.
Paikets, Chas. Urowor & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke. Prosldunt: Ocorgo
nnhprtsnti. Mnnnirpr! H. V. Ttlshnn.
Treasurer and Serrotary; Col. W. F.
Allen. Auditor: P. C. Jones, II. Wa
tcrhoiiso nnd Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
good advlco to nny ciisto.ncr who ousnoss hns been noted ever slnco ho
ilrni.k too iniuh Honor, nnii for this
riason ho lost boiiio of his patrons
tin 1.11TO1I r. nlinniM, lint lllwnVS found tllllO til UpOll.
I,... ..Ill, Ir,.-. l,nnn,l,,,. frnm IiIh lonil 1111 Ills ellllirll lllltleS. 110 WHS .1 PlQll'Ilttl Bge,
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
began to cam wages, and his attempts
to nractleo Ills belief in a liberal fash-
He woiked llfteen IToiirs n day ou Ion have been frequently commented
I.. ... ,. - .. ..n I.. llllu
niruilKC .IS ll lliuj bi-i-iu in una
i i.i ..i.,i. .i,,.ia no wn .I'fiateilal age, ho Is apparently ot tno
T Willi 1UVO DCHIIIIIIK Hum inn I 1-1.-II ,i , inn v. - I -., I
. ..,,. ,,. ,. i...i ,.n ,i, i- nf the men who were burned
eves, while her orbs Unshed lmc an meinour ot mo .mi-uiwiihi t -""" , -
e'tfulgence thnt rivalled the electric' beforo going on tho police force. ..nil t the staho for their faith two eel.
,,,,, h rarely nbse.it at reheaisals. In' teles ago. He has no plnco In view
v' v.... r.rn hn breathed. I suite of his nrosebting spirit, which acr bis service on the police force,
will not pormlt him to remain on tho Sweeney tho town has nn n. . o . ccr VmctlmoB became too ardent for gen-.' !' HI .eslgnntton ho Is dep vlng
police forte, and hl resignation was nnd n truo gentleman, ono who l.eopa nth r M a s r ." ,,, 8atufni,l(m, ,I0 ma0 d has Wm.f of Ms means of livelihood,
,., , hi. ,.hi,.(. .nbwast of tho times and understands u are the light of m lllo. I ,or ,, ,, no 0,hcr llcumC ai,hoUKU
Would Not Be a Hyperrlle. hl " '""' "' ''u8 """"' "s , ' " f , ! " n""nu Z I ' , , A ,
I interviewed Policeman Emerson he proceeds. I" ' " ,lr"I"1! . J""'. vnll I Appointed for a P.
just beforo ho started out at 0 o'clock i "There are places In this town ina. -- . whan (ho Scloc,mcn folmu ,t nocca
fo,- his night beat, nnd found him per- nro a uiBgruiu io .-. ....
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
IMP0RTER8 AND (
Queen Street, - Honolulu
AOENTS FOR I
The Lancashlro Insurance Co.
Tho Ualolso Insurance Co.
Union Qas Englno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine. Etc.
Goneral Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot tho Uuitcd States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
l-o owns his home. HIb parents are
Loth dead and his family Is' entirely
dependent upon him. '
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you ire undecided, wo
will help you. That Is In our line and
tho riUCE 18 niOHT,. at the.BVEN'.
Iltn .ree -.